Thomas Yeomans: Anomie

Upper and Arch spaces, 25 June – 15 August 2015

Friday 31 July, 6-8.30pm with talk at 7pm 
Artist’s talk as part of South London Art Map #SLAMFRIDAY

The talk will be interpreted into British Sign Language (BSL)

Video (2015), Arch Gallery

Anomie (an audio drama)
Audio (2015), Upper Gallery

we smiled | im not the one you miss | what were you thinking? | you could have warned me
2015, Pigment ink on Hahnnemühle Photorag, 308 gsm
Four prints, Limited editions of 10 each

For all six works exhibited Thomas Yeomans continues his practice of sourcing sound, video, text and other imagery online and diverting it to a new context. The meticulously constructed vistas of Anomie explore what Yeomans refers to as a ‘post-emotional’ world of disjuncture between the individual and the wider community.

Teenage blog posts are given new poignancy when juxtaposed with glitched, aspirational imagery and re-presented in exquisite, hand-printed editions of ten. Yeomans’ four limited edition prints have been produced specifically to raise funds for Beaconsfield as part of our Fraternise scheme.

All prints are available to buy here

Open to the public Wednesday – Saturday, 11am – 5pm.