Friday, 29th April – Saturday, 14th May 2016
Thursday – Saturday 1.00-6.00pm
To be opened by Philip Brophy
Tristan Jalleh’s The Economy Of Vegetation explores human relationships with nature by looking at the role of everyday plants in urban environments, filtered through the dystopic Cyberpunk atmosphere of social decay and invasive technology.
Jalleh combines photographs with hundreds of Google images into a series of virtual installations that merge film, animation and video game aesthetics into a neon-lit hyper-reality.