Comfort Cure

Charlotte Drayton

25th November- 9th December
Opening Thursday the 24th of November, 6-8pm

Glovebox is pleased to present Comfort Cure, a solo exhibition by Charlotte Drayton.

An ordinary corridor can lead away from serenity, can swiftly funnel bodies into a space which is too close, a space without enough air to sustain tranquility. Teasing out the subtleties within the narrative of aspirational architecture she has carefully composed across her practice, here Drayton confronts those most deeply affective moments when our built environments act against us, when bodies react in unplanned ways and the story takes an unexpected turn. Through a series of thoughtful yet brazen architectural gestures the closeness of the gallery vault is exacerbated and the space is reimagined in another, softer, light.
– Lucinda Bennett

Charlotte Drayton (b.1989) Based in Auckland, New Zealand. MFA (Hons) from AUT, completed 2014. Selected shows include: New Perspectives, at Artspace (group) 2016; Driving from the nearest city, the roads are gradually smaller, stonier, less well kept, with Ammon Ngakuru for the Stazione Di Topolò (Italy) 2016; It must be nice to work outside on a day like today, commissioned by Te Tuhi for The Hive Hums (group) 2016; A Slow Dance To Elevator Music at FuzzyVibes (solo) 2015; Carpet Burn, Papakura Art Gallery (group) 2014; T, FuzzyVibes (group) 2014; Drinking From The Firehose at Artspace (group) 2013