Visual Arts Exhibition: “Afterimage Anxiety” with Joshua Rose

Featuring a narrated tour of the exhibition in the Mezzanine Gallery.

Joshua Rose considers this series of work his autobiography, calling it “my studio landscape, a collection of old roads to be re-investigated and re-asserted through re-engagement. It is from this body of drawings, paintings and photographs that I mine the past, manipulate, combine and recombine images and materials to make new work that functions in the present. It is a look at my night sky.”

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Following its scheduled broadcast, this event will be available to view for the duration of the festival. You may access it here or on our YouTube channel.

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