What has always struck me about Edward Falkenberg's works was they seem unfinished. They are of course far from incomplete, but there is something of the belief that nothing is ever really finished anyway in them; nothing is ever fully connected, nothing ever truly touches. Falkenberg includes in the majority of his creations a gap. The gap is a remarkable element of his creations, its inclusion demonstrates his ability to rework the possibilities of balance when nothing ever truly touches. It is also perhaps a possibility of hope and as Leonard Cohen says its how the light gets in. For an artist so interested in opening things up, its of interest Falkenberg has titled this latest exhibit Dark Matter.