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Common Place

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Amelia Shepherd, Helen Cammock

Common Place representations are negotiated and challenged by Cammock & Shepherd in their interwoven exhibition that explores the societal apparatus that takes control of a body, of actions and of self-perceptions during recognised common place changes.

In 288 Days a pregnant Shepherd looks to confront and negotiate a public gaze and its impact on her own expectations and responses. In Changing Room Cammock explores a transition period in her father's mortality

www.ameliashepherd.com and www.helencammock.co.uk

Self Portrait © Amelia Shepherd, 2014

03 Oct–02 Nov
Mon-Tue 10:00-19:00
Wed-Sat 10:00-18:00
4th Floor Collective

4th Floor\nVantage Point\nNew England Road\nBrighton BN1 4GW