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Summary

The first exhibition from local creative, Sarah Holich, since graduating from Salford University, it brings together work across a variety of media from the past four years, all focussing on aspects of nature and life that are sometimes overlooked.

Inspired strongly by natural process, this body of work shows parts of nature often removed from their usual context, providing a new perspective. The line between repulsion and attraction becomes blurred, the strong becomes fragile, and the very beginnings of life are laid open to scrutiny and question. Above all, Holich endeavours to get people to look twice at things they might otherwise pass by.

Venue

175 Spring Bank
HU3 1LP

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Opening times

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 2pm – 6pm
Thursday Closed
Friday 2pm – 6pm
Saturday 2pm – 6pm
Sunday 2pm – 6pm

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