|The Collector is an examination of fetish, perversion, isolation and madness through the eyes of Henry Papin ; a fictional character created by artists Tricky Walsh and Mish Meijers. The character of Henry is an alienated and desolate one. He introduces the audience to his hallucinatory world through a collection of secondary characters: The confectioner, The man at the bathhouse, The smoking woman, The psychiatrist, The priest and The engraver - they are embodied within a collection of telling objects. Catalogued and housed inside custom made cabinets, he has documented, and reconstructed their lives according to his own suppositions. The cabinets occupy the centre of the gallery in a reconstruction of Henry's private museum. On one wall, an engraved plaque accompanies a sound piece. On the remaining walls, small samples of hair, sticky taped and chronologically dated form a precise eye-level line around the space. They wait in the dark to be incidentally noticed. They are Henry's calendar - a physical, visual evolution of time.