The Twoness of Things
The Twoness of Things is a collaborative site specific installation which explores the ideas of things being themselves and something else at the same time. It looks at the duality of things and how they compound fullness and emptiness, syncronisity and opposition, volume and volatility.
The exhibition brings together the two artists work and their exploration of the balance of things.
Behal’s work explores negotiable delicate balance of things in this world, the varying flux of matter and the constancy of change.
Lynch investigates our psychological and physical definition and perception of our surroundings.
The exhibition touches on ideas of science, mathamathics, philosophy and poetry.
“To raise this third man objection, one need not argue that if twoness is two and sensible things are two then there is another form of twoness by virtue of which that are two.” John Peterson on The concept of form in Aquinas: A New Introduction