Monday, January 31, 2011

Heimlich / Garten


Exploring uncanny landscape ... the Freudian looping of the Heimlich and the Unheimlich ... roaming the garden ... time for new adventures. First, a mental field trip (owing to the limitation of funds), to the Pitzhanger Manor-House in Ealing, West London. Designed by John Soane in 1800, and reverberating with a suitable presence, the manor is home to the PM Gallery, currently hosting The Witching Hour: Darkness and the Architectural Uncanny.


Here are images that cast us in to the twilight zone of marginal spaces, liminal times. Places of palpable poignancy, latent terror, suffused with sinister seething .... double takes, absences, surreality. Channelling Magritte, limning Hopper-esque moments, communing with Bill Henson ...



David Rowan Pacha Kuti (PK808)



Ravi Deepres, Lisbon, 2006

Toby de Silva, Jack (Annie Chapman), 2006

2 comments:

Dylan Trigg said...

Thanks for drawing my attention to this, looks great. Good to see you back, too. Hope all is good.

Dylan.

jacky bowring said...

Hope you can make it to the exhibition Dylan. Yes, we're hoping for a better year here - last year was a shocker.