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…