AIR Gallery and proud to present our first solo exhibition at the gallery, showcasing the work of early career artist Mark Mcleish in an eclectic exhibition that transforms the gallery with interlinking narratives and site responsive work.
There will be an opening for the exhibition on Thursday 15th March from 6-8pm with a live Interactive performance 6.30-7.00 with porcelain wishbones. There is a chance to purchase some unique ceramic worry dolls whilst enjoying the exhibition with a glass or two.
About the Artist: "I describe myself as an Artist as collector, working with an accomplished methodology of working that interviews the objects I seek and find. My work is about following each piece and being intuitively open to an unspoken dialogue that spans a breath of choices and unknown exit points."
For this exhibition you can expect: - The reflections from a surface locates a different form in the gallery. -The focus of a contour line blurs a colour to a hew behind it. - Sitting to see an underside highlights a neighbouring shadow. - Material listings encourages search for tarantula skins that are not noticeable. - Is this part of the exhibition? -The familiar understanding is disorientated by a given title. -The time consuming technique is examined in contrast to an overlooked tiny work in the corner -The daylight illuminates the refractive material seen between noon and 2pm British summer time. -A second viewing prompts discussion with a companion. -A selfie is taken with something that is humorous