Taking a minimal approach, this group show highlights the ‘inner’ aspect of an individual and their surrounding space. Reflecting on how we interact with space is Robert Overby’s, ‘Loft Window’, a grubby impression of a window frame on latex that hangs lacklustre on the wall. Reto Pulfe who taps into his inner child with ‘Passage through silent wrath’ that emulates a den made from sheets, guides you from one gallery into another. Providing a human presence albeit an unnerving one is an early video work by Jane and Louise Wilson of the sisters being hypnotised in an American motel room. Momentarily you will occupy this strange land that attempts to heighten your spatial awareness of both mind and material.