This exhibition concerns collaboration, the politics of exchange and display between two artists and the championing of experimental and non-hierarchical points of connection that this creates. It is an exhibition which champions the interstice between space and the materiality of painting.
Vox Pop is derived from the Latin ‘vox populi’ meaning voice of the people. Usually a non-pejorative term, however, in today’s world, where no absolutes abide, we find ourselves adrift in a din of multitudinous (often conflicted) voices of the people. Camilla Cassidy and Kitty Horton strive to counter this type of instability – compelled together to attain a level of compatibility and certainty – to discover and celebrate some common ground. This is achieved in this exhibition through the deliberate display of objects and non-objective images: all intended to substantiate a sense of the concrete in a world awash in open-ended flux.