Shaping the Void, IIShaping the Void, IIShaping the Void, II

Following the first instalment of ‘Shaping the Void’ at Bankley Gallery in Manchester, the second part of the exhibition expands the concept of the void as interpreted in eastern philosophy and spirituality, with the aim to invite additional interpretations within contemporary practice. Touching on shared ideas surrounding presence and absence, formlessness, time and space, impermenance and stillness, these works suggest a more secular understanding of the void as nothingness.

Working across painting, printmaking, site-specific drawing and sculpture, the artists reveal a hidden view in a search for an essence of something seen, felt or experienced. The works ask questions rather than give answers; call for intuition rather than logic; and open up a space for contemplation and intimacy.

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Shaping the Void, II
3 Mar 2017 – 31 Mar 2017
Weekends, Midday – 6pm
free





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How to get here

Public Transport
Buses: 1 & 78 stop outside on Grange Road, 42 & 188 stop Tower Bridge Road/Grange Road

Tube: Bermondsey, London Bridge, Borough

Overground: Canada Water then bus No 1 to Grange Road

On Foot:
From London Bridge is a 20 min walk:

From Borough station is a 15 min walk.

Parking:
There is car parking in the courtyard

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