The exhibition featured works by seven artists. We Learned most about the work of those artists who were present for this opening night, as they were happy to discuss their work.
On entering the gallery our attention was immediately drawn to Rebecca Long's replica of a pulley, the type which would have existed in many buildings like this former warehouse; reflecting an industrial heritage that Liverpool and Manchester have in common.
His interest in the process of mark-making and the forms of written language was echoed in the work of Emily Rusby and Cameron Muir. Emily's computer print-outs seeming to suggest an articificial intelligence attempting to communicate - at once primitive and technological, whilst Cameron's use of clay tablets with early Sumerian characters emphasised that language is a form of code.
The same artist had collaborated with photographer Jan Piotrowicz on a lengthy project exploring the geometrical phenomenon of the 'golden rectangle' - a formula used in architecture since ancient times, which also occurs throughout nature.
Also exhibiting were Kayleigh Heydon and Charley Blake Banks.