We’re surrounded by fear, fear is control.
The aesthetic language of control is built on fear.
The political language of control is built on fear.
Fear of imprisonment, fear of poverty, fear of ostracisation.
Fear is control and control is power.
Fear is supplanted by rage, there is conflict.
Following this conflict, control measures are tightened, and fear restores order.
Tulpa is a collaborative exhibition of works from Allan Gardner and Sean Patrick Campbell.
Allan Gardner is an artist and writer based in London and Leeds. Working primarily in painting, collage and sculpture, he explores the relationships between the personal, social, philosophical and psychological through the emancipation of aesthetic language.
Sean Patrick Campbell is an artist based Glasgow. Working primarily in photography (although regularly expanding into sculpture and moving image) Campbell’s practice is mired within the narrative of cultural myths.
Friday 7 February, 6-8pm, free – RSVP
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