Here's the PR blurb:
Hourglass Sand in the Vaseline, Dyment's third solo exhibition at MKG127, continues the artist's exploration of the language and idioms inherent to cinema and popular culture. Formal tropes such as the diptych, the duet, the recto-verso and the alternate-take are employed to investigate black-outs, gaps, and other temporal ellipses.
All of the works are from 2012, but some were started several years ago, with the help of RP, Scott Rogers, Lee Henderson, Matt Varey and Laura Simon. Thanks to JF, JS, and MK for installing the show.
In the project space in the front room is a great new work by Gwen MacGregor called A Googled History of Domestic Furnishings.