PASTORAL NOIR – WOOD ST. GALLERIES PITTSBURGH

An exhibition opens today in  Wood St. Galleries, Pittsburgh, entitled Pastoral Noir. It features work from Ghost Box Records, Tessa Farmer, Jem Finer, Tony Heywood & Alison Condie, Autumn Richardson & Richard Skelton and Semiconductor it examines both real and imagined British landscapes and folklore.

A space devoted to Julian House’s work for Ghost Box will be screening a continuously rolling film retrospective as well as a smaller video installation, print work and a display of artefacts from Ghost Box’s parallel world.

The exhibition runs January 22nd to April 3rd, more information here.
Here’s how Wood St. describe the show…

Guest curated by Justin Hopper. Artists: Tessa Farmer, Jem Finer, Ghost Box Records, Tony Heywood & Alison Condie, Autumn Richardson & Richard Skelton and Semiconductor
Through their visual, sonic and sculptural investigations into the English landscape, the artists in Pastoral Noir have discovered a dark and eerie place. Using science and language, memory and myth, these works immerse the viewer in uncanny landscapes both real and imagined.