Join us at the Biscuit Factory for our photography exhibition ‘Human Intimacy’! This is an exhibition featuring the photographic works of Charlotte Fitton, Beathan Halbert, Rowan Knox, Skye Lyon and Simone Reid.
As collective, we're exploring what intimacy is, where it is present, and how important it's existence or lack of may be within life, culture, society, health and relationships.
So come along from the 6th-12th April and get intimate with us!
Opening times -
6th April: 7-11pm
7th-12th April: 11pm-5pm
More about our theme:
Humans feel a fundamental need to connect, love and be loved, to share and essentially to be intimate. Intimacy is an elusive and ambiguous term within society and perception of it varies largely throughout cultural and historical models, and also on a person-by-person basis.
The diversity and multitude of meanings attached to the term 'intimacy' is what we're currently focusing on exploring in our work as a group; its definitions, potential for understanding social change, and the innate diversity in the way we, as humans, are intimate.
What we're looking to show you are visual representations of what intimacy means to us. The many ways in which we, as people, can feel or lack intimacy.