Core Design Gallery's newly expanded space allows artists to create artworks that challenges the gallery space
Does a painting work for the space? Or vice versa? Core Design Gallery’s latest exhibition explores this very notion.
IT is a commanding edifice. It alone stands unrivalled in build and stature. With its massive walls and ashen grey exterior, its presence cannot be missed.
It beckons you and as you walk through the doorway, a different world swims into view. To your left sits a giant Siamese cat in a pool of water. There is something submissive and sad about the feline. You quickly turn to your right and something strange, frightening even, meets your eyes. A gargantuan fly, almost as big as yourself.
With caution and trepidation, you move closer to this bizarre creature and to your horror, where there should have been red bulbous eyes, you find human heads and where there should have been antenna, you have hands.
This creature’s wings have strange markings on them, charred heavily. You begin to wonder if you had entered a house that belongs to Dr Moreau.