Exhibition

Christina Cushing: ANTICLIMAX

From: 29th March 2018 6:00 pm

To: 21st April 2018 6:00 pm

Two Queens

Queen Street, Leicester LE1 1QW, UK

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Launch event 29 March 6-9pm

Open 30 March – 21 April, Thursday – Saturday 12-6

Juxtaposition is the cheat’s guide to emotional depth. Using objects of a pseudo-revolution, ‘ANTICLIMAX’ is a place of excess designed to facilitate meaningmaking. Here, the combination of text, film and sculpture form a world of emotional and ideological tensions. Poetic, authoritative and absurd, the work relies on the viewer to make connections and in doing so, questions the power-dynamics of interpretation. What is the position of empathy within a mechanised system? Do materials embody, or substitute action? This place is taut with convolution and conflict, but it is also where relationships are formed.

Christina Cushing is a multimedia artist based in Nottingham. Her work combines virtual and physical mediums to explore metaphor and sensibility. She challenges objectivity as collective perception rather than singular, indisputable fact.

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Christina has been invited by Claire Davies to run alongside her Solo Show The Valley of Lost Things, which continues till the 21 April. https://www.facebook.com/events/175819166518254/

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This exhibition also opens alongside the first instalment of Cultural Quarter Lates. https://www.facebook.com/events/606347106378337

 

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