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Joshua Charadia


Peripheral View


Viewing an exhibition and being in a gallery space is to be surrounded by a blur of movement as we focus our attention on the artworks in front of us. Joshua Charadia turns convention on its head by giving pride of place to those things usually only seen out of the corner of the eye.

In “Peripheral View”, Joshua Charadia takes industrial scenes, photographed in passing, and renders them in the “slow” media of oil paint and charcoal. By affording time to these fleeting images of shipping containers and terminals, the artist hopes to make seen what often goes unseen.

Ubiquitous yet overlooked, these containers of capital are vital cogs in the unceasing machine of globalisation and chess pieces in an indifferent global market place. “Peripheral View” asks us to reconsider our passive perceptions of these anonymous objects and see what is really happening in the world around us. 


 Joshua Charadia -

Peripheral View

   12 to 29 October  

opening drinks with the artist:

Saturday, 13 September 2/4pm

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