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Boundary lines

Curated by Jas Dhillon, brings two Margate-based artists to our windows: ‘Boundary Lines’ – Geoffrey Chambers’ ink on paper works, and Catherine Chinatree’s ‘Map Series’ assemblages. These two collections of work compliment each other in scale and themes, exploring geography, heritage and invisible boundaries.

For ‘Boundary Lines’ Geoffrey Chambers selects a number of works in ink on paper, made between 2018 – 2021. 

Ultimately boundary lines are invisible curated constructs. Sometimes geographic – of nation and state. Boundary lines often appear real, yet are no more real than the boundary of the emotional, the intimate, the ancestral, or other invisible unreal boundaries of race, gender, class, mental well being or health. 

Through his work Geoffrey invites us to go beyond the physical and explore the many boundary lines that exist in our own minds and how they got there. 

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