Apocalypse now



Kelly Best  – Sunder (from Island exhibit at G39)

“[Kelly] is interested in illusion and our understanding of an image or space, and is particularly drawn to contrasts between form, line, colour and void, and the interrelationships that occur between them.”

The beautiful simplicity of this work was really special. Showing that sometimes its best to not over complicate and idea and allow the materials to communicate themselves.



Watched Apocalypse Now inside a makeshift cinema that was a very intense experience. Attempting to re-enter the world after this gave an insight into what it might be like to re-enter society after being isolated, like being on an island. It was a very intense personal experience.


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Jessy Plant

A Brighton born artist, now studying a Fine Art Degree at Cardiff Met Uni.

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