The Dark Hour

6th May, 6:00pm

Poly Gone Cowboy

Dark Hour is an exhibition of works, found items & projections inspired by symbology, the occult, black metal, xeroxed posters, horror films, and all forms of dark matter.

The collection of works explores our fascination with death across history and pop culture, channeling inspiration from everything from the medieval grim reaper, to the 1970’s film villain, the tool box killer. Artist James Bourbon takes us on a macabre journey through the sub-conscious, using rusty saw blades, faded gothic novels, and sinister projections to draw you into the darkness.

You can check out the exhibition trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKf1iyEvm6k&feature=youtu.be

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