In the Shadow of Forgetting, Batman and Robin and Sorrellism are shows in which three blokes bare something of their selves to the broader audience. (Only Dean gets his gear off) …. Its not overdone, like spilling their guts, but rather a glimpse into the way they are thinking about certain things. Men’s business you could say. Graham Sorrelle’s paintings and poetry address feelings of powerlessness and vulnerability, an inability to overcome the obstacles life throws in his path. Aldo Iacobelli’s drawings, paintings and sculptures – are in part a visual diary presenting the thinking processes that drive his work while many also provide an insight into his personal responses to literature and art, or the work of other artists. Dean Butters uses comic book characters Batman and Robin as a metaphor representing “heroic ideas of childhood and adolescence dashed against feelings of an unfulfilled life …. “. That might all sound a bit depressing but nothing could be further from the truth – these shows have a refreshing honesty that reveals rather than exposes and explores rather than indulges. At CCAS Gorman House Art Centre until 28 June.