Disconnect/Reconnect/Revisited is a collective exhibition commenting on the social constructs of how identity is viewed and interpreted.
Social construction is dependent on contingent variables of our social selves, which is reinforced through more social constructs. Within the folds of social construction is identity: personal identity, social and cultural identity and identity of place. It is the expression of identity through the eyes of the artist that is experienced in Disconnect/Reconnect/Revisited.
Artist Selene Simcox (Whitecliffe Alumni) transfers impressions from surfaces in her environment where the remaining footprint left in paint, explores how identity translates meaning and significance of places and their inhabitants.