This December, BSMTSPACE in Dalston will play host to Irish-London artist and filmmaker Joe Sangre's new exhibition, All Coming Down - a journey into the artists perceptions of human behaviour.
Marking the second time since the artist has exhibited in the space, this show seeks to reflect on the social and behavioural patterns that are constant among us all, be our intentions virtuous or depraved.
Sangre's work combines a rich tapestry of influences that range from the high craft of 1930s depression era cartoon adverts, underground cinematic narratives and unrefined early 1980s punk-rock/hardcore flyers and posters.
The aesthetic impact of these influences can be seen throughout the exhibition. Joe Sangre says: "The work is largely about taking human behaviours and representing them as visual patterns. It's about the things we do to feel some kind of connection with the rest of the world. To place meaning and feeling into every act. How futile these pursuits can be and how we keep repeating these patterns over and over again"
All Coming Down incorporates a vast array of disciplines and mediums, including: large acrylic paintings, light boxes, screenprints, wearable art, latex clothes and vinyl art toys.
The exhibition will be open to the public from Dec 1st to Dec 10th.