Echo at Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival

Holly Rowan Hesson, Echo (partial view), 2017, projection (looped series of 140 stills for each of six projectors), scaffold sheet, steel structure, webbing, lighting gels, dimensions variable

Holly Rowan Hesson, Echo (partial view)2017, projection (looped series of 140 stills for each of six projectors), scaffold sheet, steel structure, webbing, lighting gels, dimensions variable

New site-specific installation at Pyramid Arts Centre commissioned by Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival, opening night on 29 September 2017 - all welcome.

Echo is a new site-specific installation exploring uncertainty, transience and the gap between and interplay within purely sensory feeling and experience and more literal, rational thought-based experience and memory. 

The projection and sculptural work creates dialogues with materials, memory and the physical space. 

Echo is open at the Pyramid Arts Centre, Warrington until 27 January 2018, Mon to Fri 9-5 (Weds often open to 9pm but call in advance to check on 01925 442345), Sat 10-2.

Holly Rowan Hesson, Echo (partial view), 2017, projection (looped series of 140 stills for each of six projectors), scaffold sheet, steel structure, webbing, lighting gels, dimensions variable

Holly Rowan Hesson, Echo (partial view)2017, projection (looped series of 140 stills for each of six projectors), scaffold sheet, steel structure, webbing, lighting gels, dimensions variable