Sarah croWEST | Andy Hutson | Susan Jacobs | David Mutch | Ross Taylor
Deep Time is a term employed to describe the unfathomable depths of the earth’s geological history. It presumes the mind’s incapacity to grasp the concept of geological eras – sometimes hundreds of millions of years in length – and so substitutes a measurement with a metaphor.
We currently live in a geological age informally referred to as ‘Anthropocene’, a concept that suggests the ecosystems, biodiversity and geology of the earth are increasingly impacted upon by the presence of human beings. This exhibition will explore the significance of geology in our present day.
A limited edition poster will also be available on the opening night.