Kate O’Neill’s series of black and white photographs, Third Law, are constructed to distort the spatial orientation and perceived perspective of the image while embracing their suspended existence. Third Law is a series of constructed performances arranged for the camera, employing banal materials and delving into futile gestures, ambiguity and absurd compositions.
Rebecca Kressley’s installation ON THE SOUTH LOCK OVER SHINE conjures sensuous experiences through careful arrangements of materials. The physical construction of the work alongside the sound composition, Dragging the Hound, creates an immersive encounter of mediated viewership. Kressley emphasizes the aesthetic possibilities of these carefully chosen everyday materials and as the installation subtly changes over time, the decay and collapse of the materials allow for a complex evolution of experience.