Open 28 November - 13 December
Hours Fri-Sun 11am - 5pm
Opening event Saturday 28 November 1-5pm
This particular work is a reflection of the constant fascination with ontology, the fundamental understanding of who we are. As Heidegger states I can only see from my own point of view. That’s what I’m trying to share, my perspective. Whilst not academic, my views, my position comes from my reading of philosophy. My practice is drawn from so many other creative artists, heavily influenced by my peers.
Too bright for our infirm delight goes through this personal general experience, to a more detailed feminist experience. Leads through into current thinking, with a view to how new discoveries might transform philosophy. Ending in a hopeful view of what the future holds.
Too bright for our infirm Delight begins Articulate's year celebrating the ten years of exhibitions since Articulate was set up in December 2010 to focus on spatial and experimental artwork. It is accompanied by Solo, which shows artists' documentation of earlier single-installations at Articulate over the last decade. Solo will be shown in the mezzanine and backroom spaces at the same time as Too bright for our infirm Delight is open in the ground floor project space.
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