WHERE ONE FORM BEGAN ANOTHER ENDED, a two person exhibition featuring paintings by locally based artist Darius Stein and collages by London based artist Hannah Hughes.

This exhibition brings together two artists, who examine the in-between spaces created within their compositions. Through individual processes of constructing and/or combining unrelated parts to create a synthesis in form.

Darius Stein graduated from Emily Carr University in 2006 with a BFA and has participated in group exhibition such as ‘White and Other Colours’ at the Elliott Louis Gallery, ‘Danger in Paradise’ at the Or Gallery, and in ‘Vessels’ at Dynamo Arts Association. He has also been the recipient of the Gordon and Marion Smith Award, and as a curator has worked on projects at the Elissa Cristall Gallery.

Hannah Hughes graduated from the University of Brighton in 1997 with a BA (Hons) in Critical Fine Art Practice. Since then, she has exhibited in the UK and Canada, including a two person show ‘Shapely ‘at CSA Space, Vancouver; ‘Art/Converters!’, 2014 at Studio 1.1, London; ‘In The Future We Will All Be Modern’ 2014, at Arcadia Missa, London; and ‘A5’, 2014 & 2015 LUBOMIROV EASTON/ Platform Projects at Art Athina in Athens. Hannah was a co-founder of the artist-run project The Drawing Salon, a joint project with artist Jill Henderson. The Drawing Salon has taken place at the Western Front, Vancouver, BC, as part of the exhibition Feeling so Much, yet Doing So Little by Canadian artist collective Instant Coffee; Malaspina Printmakers, Vancouver BC; and VIVO Media Arts Center, Vancouver BC. Hannah has been an artist tutor with the Cubitt Education program, Cubitt Gallery, London.