An exhibition of paintings vs trees (and strategies in art avoidance) that seeks to degrade, debunk, re-mystify and re-purpose the useless arts in a post-art culture.

AirSpace Gallery presents a set of brand new landscape paintings by artist duo Harry Adams, made in direct response to Stoke-on-Trent. Stripped of their figurative content, each painting is accompanied by its errant tree forms, escaping from their 2d plane and inhabiting the Gallery, planted in bespoke ceramic vessels – made by the artists, by hand, here in the city.