Presented by Metro Arts
Curated by Simone Hine and Kyle Weise
Artists: Charity Edwards and Amelia Hine, Leela Schauble, Marian Tubbs, Samuel Tupou
Sediment brings together the work of five contemporary artists who utilise collage as an aesthetic through which to consider human transformation of the environment.
Laboratories, sea life, plastics, virtual organisms, micro-organisms, gold, oil, and fibre-optic cables merge and collide, with the ocean as conduit. Suggesting evolving networks, this restless flow of images look toward possible futures, both human and non-human.
Marian Tubbs, the sun will eat itself (where Gs go to paradise), 2021. Digital video with sound, 6min1sec. Video Still. Courtesy of the artist and STATION
Amelia Hine and Charity Edwards, Death Metal, 2021. HD Video, 3mins35sec.
Leela Schauble, YInMn Ocean, Plastic Island #3 2021. Inkjet print on smooth pearl, 30cm x 40cm.
8 – 30 May, 2021
Metro Arts, West End
Exhibition Opening Hours:
Sat, 8 May 10am-6pm
Tue 11 May – Sat 15, 10am-4pm
Sun, 16 May CLOSED
Tue 18 May – Sat 22 May 10am-10pm
Sun, 23 May CLOSED
Tue 25 May – Sat 29 May 10am-10pm
Sun 30 May 10am-7pm
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