Philippe Bousquet's animated and unusual contributions to that group show had a luminosity that stuck in the viewer's mind.
Now Between Dusk and Dawn, Bousquet's first solo show, displays a macabre and abstract selection of both sculptures and paintings.
"I have created more human-like figures, and in some instances they're over 2m high," says Bousquet. "This exhibition speaks about the grey areas, about the harmony and balance of human nature, plus the other side of that."
"Philippe creates characters and narratives that are utterly strange and yet somehow recognisable," says Trevyn McGowan, curator of the show. "We lose ourselves in a landscape that feels like a distant memory."
In a first for Bousquet, there's also a selection of paintings - a process, he says, which is more instinctual than his sculptures which are imbued with messages and meanings.