Realisation: Recent works by Susan Aldworth and Jane Dixon runs until 5 February 2017.
This exhibition of contemporary graphics challenges our assumptions of reality.
Jane Dixon's photograms, Evidence of Doubt, exhibited at the Fitzwilliam Museum for the first time, appear to be photographic records of real organic forms but are in fact imaginary and drawn by the artist.
In contrast, the intangible images in Susan Aldworth's prints, Transience and Passing Thoughts resist identification, yet they actually derive from the physical touch of human brain issue and portray real people.
Two of the photograms seen in Evidence of Doubt have been specially commissioned for this exhibition by the Friends of the Fitzwilliam Museum.