by Gerry Mak in New Art on Monday 7 June 2010

Jeremy Geddes’ gorgeous and lyrical astronaut paintings suggests man’s increasing alienation from his environment be it natural, architectural, or even metaphysical. His other pieces, often drawing from vintage horror and sci-fi tropes, also suggest a loneliness and physical dissociation with their central figures inhabiting a sparse, empty space and the viewpoint often skewed at a dramatic angle.