SPACE A + B + PROJECT ROOM + FOYER SPACE
AMBER WALLIS, ANDY HUTSON, DANE LOVETT, JORDAN WOOD, LINDA TEGG, LUCY GRIGGS AND NICOLA PAGE.
Worm Mountain presents new works by seven emerging artists exploring the theme of natural history.
Nature is an entity unto itself before and beyond us, endlessly moving in synergetic cycles of death and creation, ebbing and flowing in it’s own chaotic patterns of evolution and destruction through time spans beyond the human grasp. The cultivated perspective is really one of comprehension as we come to terms with our own time and place within this chaos to deal with natural elements beyond our control, whether we are harmonious or contrary.
These artists cite nature and the sublime as concerns for their work. As they draw inspiration from their environments reflecting an internalized space more so than the exterior landscape, one where value is not added but processed and experienced. This may manifest in many forms such as, the decorative, historical, scientific, sociological, spiritual, auto biographical or nostalgic but most often a unique fusion.