16–29 July, 11am–6pm
Late opening to 8pm
Jennifer Cunningham is a visual artist who works in a wide range of media.
For this exhibition the artist has developed a body of work investigating the ways in which modern realms of collective pleasure decay. Abandoned fairgrounds, overgrown glass houses, untended car parks, ghostly figures and derelict hotels all hint at recent economic struggles but also suggest the cycle of change and renewal in which places become spaces and vice versa.