Claudette Abrams, Berkley J Abrams Page, Anthea Baxter-Page
Observations on the changing nature of connection/disconnection are created by three artists using process-based approaches to investigate aspects of imposed isolation on the psyche, landscapes, and interactions.
Claudette Abrams contemplates the cessation of air travel using digitally-extracted negative space. Anthea Baxter-Page mirrors lockdown with vintage Holga images of unpopulated tourist destinations. Berkley J Abrams Page uses a photo-based approach to explore human disconnection in various forms.
Exhibited outdoors as a collective of individual freestanding vitrines around Ward’s Island; the context expands conceptually into physical spaces of both isolation and openness, containment, and accessibility.
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Curated by Kate Lawler-Dean