As our society continues to change and develop following political, post-pandemic, and technological changes and advancements, the ways in which we interact and socialise with each other are changing. Less in need of actual physical interaction, are we starting to exist as if secluded on our own personal island?
Otherworlds | Annwn explores and questions our relationship with islands from ecological, geographical, metaphysical, and physical starting points. Four multi-disciplinary artists, Tim Brennan, Lee Patterson, Oliver East, and Millie Laing-Tate will present ambitious new sculptural, film, performance and drawing work.
Lundy Island off the coast of North Devon, has been used as the foundation for each artists’ research for this exhibition. Otherworlds | Annwn presents new work from this research which explores our relationship with islands in a political and post-pandemic society. The work exhibited aims to introduce and develop a new level of cultural critical thinking and open new outward-thinking creative networks for the region.
Join us for the opening of Otherworlds | Annwn on Saturday 23rd September, between 2pm & 4pm.