Tomo Campbell's solo exhibition, If you know how to get here, come at Gallery Voltaire, explores tensions between familiarity and mystery in a style both intricate and abstract.
Depicting themes such as hunting, parades and explorers, Campbell presents free-flowing narratives which deny singular readings. Such themes, though traditional, are looked at through Campbell's unique lens which seeks to investigate the liminal space between the known and unknown.
The artist's handling of his medium is gestural and filled with movement. It appears intuitive and playful, yet, in fusing abstract and figurative forms, speaks to a serious contemplation of how we perceive flux and transience in our everyday world.