THE WORK of Eve Hindle is showcased in a new exhibition at Keighley Creative Space’s new art gallery Sculpture Focus.

The week-long exhibition The Layering of Time and Memory is the first display in the gallery at the former Sunwin House and Home department store in Hanover Street.

Eve’s sculptures, created by casting and welding steel, concrete and resin, often produce a sense of weightlessness, despite their scale and industrial materials. Complementing the works will be her film Tangible and Intangible Memory.

All the work on display has been created in response to Eve’s research into Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia, an area of study that means a lot to the artist.

Keighley Creative Space, a not-for-profit arts organisation, will launch the exhibition on Saturday June 29. It will also be open on July 2, 3, 5 and 6, from 10am to 4pm.

There will be a preview, open to everyone, on Friday, June 28 from 7-9pm with a complimentary drink on arrival. The night will raise money to create a dementia-friendly community.