An exhibition of new work by Charlie Godet Thomas.

at Assembly Point

“The poet should be as sensitive as an aching tooth.”1

Dim Lit presents the viewer with an environment of unoccupied spaces, littered with debris the built environment announces through broken signs; “CASH or GO!” and “COLD COLDER OLD OLDER”, the statements ringing out across the landscape unheard. Elsewhere, wind chimes turn silent circles waiting patiently for the air to move them into song, into speech, without reprieve. What has been lost, and what do we stand to lose in amongst the business and the busyness, of everyday life?

1 Anna Swir, Talking to my Body, trans. Czeslaw Milosz and Leonard Nathan (Copper Canyon Press, Washington, 1996) p.6

Assembly Point

Opening Times
Preview: Thursday 14 March, 6-9pm
15 March – 20 April 2019
Wednesday to Friday, 12-6pm
Saturday, 12-5pm

Assembly Point
49 Staffordshire Street
SE15 5TJ