The exhibition comprises a series of acrylic paintings by Jill Trappler and print-based multi-media work and installations by Eunice Geustyn.
The works explore the subliminal; physical, psychological or spiritual elements that reside below the surface, which live in shadow, and may be partially illuminated. The contrasting bodies of work also speak of perception; that which appears dark yet upon inspection reveals light, and that which appears light, yet has none, but which draws one in through the shadows.
Eunice’s prints and Jill’s paintings are almost directly complimentary in concept and intention. Where Eunice has a direct narrative and message, Jill maps the geography of the surface and leaves the meta-narratives for the viewer to seek.
Opens 1 September 2016 at 18h00
Until 1 October 2016.
Gallery opening hours: Monday – Friday 10h00-17h00 and Saturday 10h00-13h00.