The body of work showing in the Confluentés Sea emerged out of an engagement
with the senses of touch, the haptic and 'smooth space'. Touch is the most tangible
of our senses. We rely on it to calibrate what we see and hear. Despite this an
exorbitant privileging of sight has developed within Western thought and knowledge
that has "actively forgotten and deliberately written touch out of our cultural history".
This exhibition introduces a major body of work by Tim Mosely that initiates
a re/membering of touch. It is the first in a series of three exhibitions that presents
artwork he has produced during his PhD candidature.