Erin Laurel Hayhow & Dream Safari: STRANGE R
Saturday 22nd August - Sunday 13th September
Preview: Friday 21st August
Open: Friday-Sunday, 12pm - 4pm
Engaging with themes surrounding identity and social identification, Erin Laurel Hayhow and Sam Giles will be occupying Crate to bring their work together, in an investigation of social cultures, both prominent and sidelined.
Dream Safari presents interactive wall pieces that allow visitors to produce compositions through their physical interaction with tribal imagery, whilst Erin Laurel Hayhow creates immersive digital installations that highlight the fragility of cognitive function. and it’s deterioration.
Both artists are based in Whitstable and have graduated from Fine Art Degrees in the last three years.
This exhibition comes as a commission from Margate Festival: Tribes and is funded by Turner Contemporary, Dreamland and Kent County Council.