The art projects of Zoë Walker and Neil Bromwich probe 'in between' states and places. Working together since 1999, Walker and Bromwich's performances, sculptures and videos often encourage the participation of the audience and are both playful and utopian in their exploration of art's ability to overcome boundaries.
On the Threshold of a Dream further extended the duo's preoccupation with the zone between fact and fiction, dreams and reality, land and sea. It comprised two parts: an exhibition in the our Project Space and the touring, off-site project Celestial Radio, which we brought to East Kent for the first time.
The exhibition featured Walker and Bromwich's inflatable sculptures and video work in the Project Space. The centerpiece of the exhibition was Friendly Frontier No. 1, a large inflatable mountain range complete with emergency slide, offering a simple, child-like solution to the complicated problem of international border control.