Acting as props for a mise-en-scene, these elements spin pseudo-narratives which appear to make reference to Exeter’s historic past as a Roman fortress and busy Elizabethan port, while simultaneously dissembling the chronological passage of time and historical facts.
The private view is on Thursday, May 24 between 6pm to 7.30pm, and the exhibition runs from Friday, May 25 to Saturday, July 7.
There’s a free Eye Opener Discussion on Wednesday, May 30 at 1.30pm, and a free Artists talk on Saturday, June 23 at 2.30pm, when Andro will talk about his work.
Although they are free, booking is often recommended. Call the Exeter Phoenix box office on 01392 667080
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