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Edit, Adapt, Evolve

29 May – 19 August 2018

Artists that alter reality

Liberty Gallery and ROSL ARTS


ROSL ARTS worked with Liberty Gallery on an exhibition presenting the work of artists who Edit, Adapt, Evolve from reality.

All the artists that exhibited take inspiration from what exists around them, be it everyday items, nature, architecture, or universally recognised imagery. The artwork is uncanny with a familiarity that invites a second glance from the viewer as they recognise an element from the everyday in this new work of art.

Exhibiting artists: Frances Bloomfield, Bonnie and Clyde, Magnus Gjoen, Dan Hillier, Louise McNaught, Maria Rivans, Benjamin Thomas Taylor, Lars Tunebo, Joe Webb, and David Wightman.