Peepshow: A Group Show
Peepshow: curiousity, the hidden and the exposed
Peepshow is a group exhibit of objects, paintings and environments that explore concepts around – and tensions between – privacy and enquiry, appetite and concealment, personal autonomy and social norm - and how these interplay to reveal us.
From the outposts of our culture of curiousity, these created objects challenge our motivations and expectations. They speak to the often-heterodoxical relationship of our private nature and social agreement: our feelings when affirmed and satisfied; or thwarted, frustrated by miscalculation, mores or intrusion; or simply entertained and intrigued. This show plays in the territories of religion, sexuality, aesthetics, and above all, our relationships with other people.