Tilt Shift: Shadows of the Seasoned Sun

Southwark Park Galleries, until 26th June 2022

​ Down the hollowed out nave of Dilston Grove are 4 carnivalesque sculptures parading the passage of time as maiden, mother, crone and bird, beast, fish, flower. Through myths and symbols the works explore fountains and follies in the garden as a metaphor for the female body as well as demonstrating an Absurd exercise to categorise the natural world. They aim to unearth the potential of the garden to anchor humankind to the natural world of our ancestors through memory, not just in our lived experience, but the scientific notion that we carry within our nervous system memories of the ancient world right back toAt the Lake Gallery is a selection of works from the last 10 years.  More info here