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The Wil­son presents an exhi­bi­tion that delves into the con­struc­tion of land­scape, nar­ra­tive, sen­so­ry expe­ri­ence and psy­cho­log­i­cal barriers.

08/04/23 – 14/05/23
Opening Times
Sunday, 10:00 – 16:00
Monday, Closed
Tue–Sat, 10:00 – 18:00
The Wilson Art Gallery and Museum presents "Constructed," a captivating exhibition showcasing the works of resident artists Joseph Casey, Dinesh Patel, Zack Thorne, and Sean Savage Ferrari. Through painting, sculpture, and installation, each artist explores the concept of construction in a unique and immersive way, using both traditional and unconventional materials and techniques.

The exhibition offers visitors an opportunity to experience a rich and nuanced exploration of the theme, delving into the construction of landscape, narrative, sensory experience, and psychological barriers. The artists' distinctive practices and perspectives challenge viewers to question their perceptions and provoke new ideas.

Joseph Casey's sculptures and installations poignantly explore the construction of psychological barriers and fragility through the depiction of human forms.

Dinesh Patel combines his exploration of line, organic flow, mandalas, concentric forms, and mathematical formulas with mantra-like musical loops to construct a mediative visual projection. The moving image generates new patterns, which are enhanced by original music composed with Sitar, Piano, and Tabla.

Zack Thorne's uncanny series of stills from a fictional horror movie explores the construction of suspense and invites viewers to construct their own narrative.

Finally, Sean Savage Ferrari's work thoughtfully engages with the constructed dualities of rural/urban and nature/culture, using local materials embedded within the regional landscape of the Cotswolds to observe the composition of the English landscape of fields, earth, and concrete.

The exhibition will run from April 8th to May 14th at The Wilson Art Gallery and Museum, located on Clarence Street in Cheltenham, UK. The gallery is open Tuesday-Saturday from 10 am-6 pm and Sunday from 10 am-4 pm. Admission is free, and visitors are encouraged to engage with the artworks and explore the theme of construction.

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