David Manley’s exhibition Ambivalent Structures is an exploration of the built environment, urbanism and in particular the psychological effects of architecture on the individual. The series explores remnants of the Cold War within an urban context incorporating historical and contemporary issues of imaging unverifiable urban landscapes, interiors, facades and constructions within and a post-brutalist terrain. Ambivalent Structures dwells in the latent psychology of space. The works are at once a beautiful spectacle and an eerie meditation on utopias past.


16th – 28th September