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START Gallery | What Remains | Autumn Martin and Olivia Searle

Updated: Feb 7, 2023

January 24 – February 4

Closing Reception: Thursday, February 2, 5 – 7pm

Time and its slow decay, what was once masked by the daze of childhood is now revealed through the lens of imminent adulthood. We are not the only things that have changed. Documentation of these spaces becomes a time-sensitive matter and a delicate one. The balance between nostalgia and accuracy can be tense as we explore the rundown corners of the places we return to less and less, the places which seem more flawed each time we come back, the places we’ll likely leave for good one day. Through intuitive documentation and creation, we find a way to communicate and visualise our relationship with these places and all the messy, complicated feelings we have toward them.

Image: House With Swing Set, Autumn Martin, Cyanotype on Stonehenge, 2022


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