The artists in Solo think, play with and share what it means to go it alone. How can an artist working alone in a studio build community? How do you respond when you lose someone to a breakup, or to death? What experiences make us feel isolated, and how can we find ways to move through them in ways that feel bearable, or generative?
Artists are unusually well placed to work through these ideas. Developing a creative practice often means lots of solo time, but most do what they do to communicate and connect. The works in this exhibition show how loss of connection, feedback and intimacy can be devastating for some, but for others, the space and time can be quietly relieving, or maybe even revelatory.