Liminality (Temporal Impessions)
Private View: 4 July 2019, 6.30-9pm
Exhibition dates: 04 – 30 July 2019
Opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 1-6pm
Sunday by appointment (please ring office for entry)
Curated by Sean McLusky, Kevin Quigley & Bjorn Hatleskog
SOUND / MUSIC PERFORMANCE / INSTALATION ;
LISA BUSBY AND JOHN HARRIES
PHIL WILSON PERKIN
CALUM F KERR
The fourth in the LIMINALITY series of exhibitions taking place at GALLERY 46 in Whitechapel featuring cross-disciplinary works – performance, experimental music, sound installations, sculptural installations.
Time is the horizon of being – Martin Heidegger
As we emerge out of the corner-less ocean of the unknown and we enter into a new state of becoming. LIMINALITY now enters into a deep gaze of ontology – a study of the nature of being.
‘….we face a landscape of unified sensual objects that emanate and radiate different qualities at different times. ‘ – Graham Harman (the quadruple object)
With endless permutations of creative and meditative modes of thought; can this allow us to exist in a kind of multidimensional freedom? A freedom that allows us to discover ‘openings’ – to ‘pass-through’ into new worlds, new temporal moments, temporal impressions? As we view and exam our self produced objectivity, we question our unique distorted reality as we envelope into an ever expanding consciousness –
– ‘time is consciousness and consciousness is a freely flowing continuity of ceaseless change…’ Henri Bergson.
But somehow can we measure this existence, whilst on a temporal border of change? How do we settle? in this threshold when there seems to be a continuous metamorphosis in place.