Hanna Clarke, Ben Edge, Matt Giraudeau, Wendy McLean, Cai Nyahoe
6th - 20th December
Opening night 6th December
with a special performance from Dogtanion
This group exhibition brings together a diverse selection of satirical work by young emerging artists.
Ben Edge works with found imagery from the 50's and 60's, inviting us to insert narratives to his paintings. Wendy McLean’s drawings study rock like structures which, like the souvenir pebble sounds on the beach, might just resemble something apart from itself. Hanna Clarke’s paintings explore and celebrate the bestial and fundamental traits that still linger in contemporary culture through an exuberant and playful manipulation of paint.
Matt Giraudeau says 'Ducks do not like art, or understand the concept of trampolining. They are all that we are not.' Cai Nyahoe believes Vladmir Putin and Kerry Catona are the only true heroes in this world. One is Welsh, and one is a Communist.
The unusual dimensions of Flospace provides a certain movement, tension and dialogue between these paintings and drawings. A hybrid of the theatrical and the mundane, this exhibition invites the viewer to go with the flow and celebrate the quirky.