An exhibition of work curated by Creative and Media Advanced Diploma students at Paston Sixth Form College.
Window of Obscurity is a multi-media exhibition, featuring video, sound, photographic and installation works. The theme is celebration, but not in the conventional sense. Celebration can be interpreted in a number of ways, but here the central premise is exploring alternative subject matter, which is perhaps not always traditionally the focus for celebration.
Using this theme the artists have captured images and film in and around Norfolk to generate a diverse and imaginative collection of creative work. This exhibition invites you to be Celebration’s nosey neighbours; press your faces against the glass, peer through the net curtains and take a good look at celebration from an entirely different perspective.