26 June – 13 July 2019.
PALFREY presents The Taciturn Moth, a solo exhibition by Benjamin Brett. Evoking frameworks of a narrative deprived of a protagonist, The Taciturn Moth is an installation that incorporates painting, sculpture and audio. The work poses a variety of placeholders to insinuate and investigate the presence of something that isn’t there, in a manner reminiscent of the ghost stories of M. R. James or plot devices characteristic of crime fiction.
Opening Wednesday 26 June 2019, 6 – 8 pm
Benjamin Brett attended the RU residency programme New York in 2017, studied painting at the Royal College of Art, London in 2013 and was a committee member of OUTPOST gallery, Norwich. Selected projects include: Orrlando, a solo exhibition at Melange, Cologne curated by Alexandra Alexopoulou, with a commissioned text by Samuel Riviere, 2018; The Emotional Content of the Revolution, a joint show with Kaspar Muller at Westminster Waste, London curated by Jonathan Watts, 2016. He also recently contributed to I Caught A Rat, We Caught Some Air, a collection of commissioned artworks in book format launched at Art Dusseldorf, 2018.
Photography: Damian Griffiths
© PALFREY 2020