The title of the show is inspired by a poem by Samuel Beckett.  The artist-curated exhibition will present work including painting, sculpture and photography that moves beyond the literal to express the unsaid and the unseen.

The concept of the show both juxtaposes and integrates the history and Jacobean architecture of Boston Manor House (1623), whose spare interior invites visitors to imagine its rich past.

Something there
out there
out where
the head what else
something there somewhere outside
the head

at the faint sound so brief
it is gone and the whole globe
not yet bare
the eye
opens wide
till in the end
nothing more
shutters it again
— Samuel Beckett