Christopher Gee, Jon Braley, Olivia Kemp, Sam Douglas
For hundreds of years in Western art, Landscape was the space where the culture of the moment was imagined. Medieval workers in the fields, saints and angels in mountain grottos, wealthy Georgians in rolling parklands or lone Romantics on rocky outcrops – the Landscape framed them all. In a digital age, though, its role has changed to become a motif for our increasing distance from nature. Vanishing Point brings together four English artists who articulate this sense of separation.
Olivia Kemp's drawings are of civilisation gone to seed, with man-made constructions in...