An exhibition of work by Lori Hepner, Minou Tsambika Polleros and Rosalind Holgate Smith opens in the Garden Room Gallery on Thursday May 11 and runs until May 20.

Opening Reception: Friday May 12 18.00 to 20.00

Complementary work by three artists exploring physicality and movement in relation to the natural world. These are three very different expressions of ideas with a joined-up thread.

Lori Hepner is an American artist working primarily in conceptually-based photographic work and digital abstractions of the natural world.

Minou Tsambika Polleros is a dance practitioner working with the concept of visceral empathy and embodied cognition. Rosalind Holgate Smith is also a photographic artist who has worked in many natural and constructed landscape contexts. Here the two artists have formed a collaboration, working deeply and physically to find a shared expression.

The Garden Room Gallery is generally open from 9 to 5 on weekdays, and on most Saturdays.