New Sculpture by Harriet Aston
In the modern, urban world, there are confused borderlands, mid-way between organised town and organised countryside. These edge-lands resist definition – and that vagueness can be desolate, even menacing. A gallery space is also a space of dislocation that can dissolve clear boundaries. But, out of the unease and disturbance, shadows of the past, after-images can emerge, reminders of what has been lost in the quest for separation, clarity and order.