On Finding Silence

27 September - 6 October 2018, 00:00
Cambridge campus

Black and white drawing of plants and a dragonfly

Private view: 5pm, Thursday 27 September

On Finding Silence is an exhibition of twenty four drawings by John P. Williams spanning a fourteen year period between 2001 and 2015.

The drawings continue from an initial body of work concerned with a search for silence. On Finding Silence is a response and enquiry to periods of time spent within a woodland in the presence of Silence and Solitude, where transportive suggestions are presented through the interconnectedness of place and artist.

The drawings form a series of entrances inviting the viewer to an unseen reality where beings are discovered, a narrative unfolds and a request is made, coalescing to respond to the rumours of humanity’s destructive relationship with the home we share.

Event Details

27 September - 6 October 2018, 00:00
Cambridge campus
Ruskin Gallery
Free to attend