Monday, 19 April 2010


April at the Gallery Superstore sees the mysterious prints of Kate Harahan. After salvaging a collection of negatives from an old derelict house, she developed the damaged material and produced a collection of enigmatic images with some prolific content of famous foot ball and boxing matches.
Still unsure as to who was the original photographer her investigative creative process continues.

'Reinterpreting the memories of others looks at visual clues left behind in abandoned houses. It focuses on the idea that by observing images of other peoples' forgotten possessions, it is possible to make our own new memories from this information'.


To kick off the new murals project at the Superstore, Luke Embden created a psychedelic wall covering using abstract text that looks like the patterns from a new breed of subcultural wild animal.
Keep your eyes peeled for more from the mural project and Luke's distinct hand writing!

                                                                   The artist at work.