Hundred Years Gallery
Thursday, November 3, 2016
Sunday, November 13, 2016
13 Pearson St, London E2 8JD.
Carlie Simpkin

The Mechanics of Depression features 10 works from artist Carlie Simpkin in the basement area of Hundred Years Gallery, London.

The exhibition offers an honest and meaningful look at how depression functions, and the devastating impact that it causes. The work examines the symptoms of the illness; the feelings of hopelessness, the fatigue, the emptiness, the isolation and the silence through several different formats including photography, sculpture, installation and film.

The work aims to make depression a more tangible thing, to make it more comprehendible and open to discussion and thought.

The show starts with the private view on the 3rd November from 6:30 – 9:30pm and ends on the 13th November. The private view at Hundred Years Gallery is part of Whitechapel Gallery’s First Thursdays event.

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