Twilight is a time in which our vision is shrouded, the landscape softened with gloom. A liminal zone in which perceptions of time and space are distorted. As physical forms and the boundaries between them appear to blur, so also our sense of time seems to alter. The shadowy present merges with fantastical visions and memories of former times; some believe that the supernatural world draws closer.
The current exhibition brings together ten artworks that, while disparate in medium, form, and theme, take inspiration from the shadows. Some find their visual cues in the vastness of the night sky or the patterns of shadows on the ground, while others call up the somber shades of bygone conflicts and traumas. Ghosts from the past, the specter of death, and voices from the obscure margins of history: all find their place as they emerge into the flickering light of the imagination.