Collections – Lydia Kirkby 7th August



“I consider that a man’s brain originally is like a little empty attic, and you have to stock it with such furniture as you choose”
Arthur Conan Doyle

This is a recollection of artefact’s linked to the mourning of time passed and memory, with a personal reflection upon the artist’s experience.
Each differentiated frame demonstrates the uniqueness of each memory present within the home of those these memories may have belonged to.
The artist has chosen a style of photography that is reminiscent of Dutch still life and the infusion of monochromatic montage pieces to reinforce the notion of the transition within life.
The exhibition hopes to demonstrate the interpersonal experience of the artist with each piece holding sentiment to them while signifying a universal connection to the audience of the keepsake of memories.



Published by Centre Space Arts

Centre Space Arts, we are an independent artist lead organization based in Stoke on Trent. We work with a variety of artists from the Midlands and beyond to create exhibitions and workshops around Staffordshire; helping those who are vulnerable communities to express themselves and learn to create and simply have fun.

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