A PORTRAIT OF LANDSCAPE AND TIME IN HILL END
May 24 – June 24
An exhibition of paintings and research, with an accompanying book. The works unearth lesser known stories of the remote and iconic town of Hill End. They disrupt common narratives of the region, questioning who the real heroes and villans are in recorded history and how we create myths and icons. “The line that divides good and evil cuts through the heart of every man,” is a quote fromRussian writer Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn which introduces the viewer to the artist’s narrative works.