Never Odd or Even and other pieces is an insight into Lee Welch's multi-disciplinary practice exploring architectural intervention, questions of authorship, censorship, appropriation, belief systems, and semiology. Built on cultural iconography he provides a glimpse of alternative ways of approaching and thinking about art. His conceptual framework engages with archival material through texts and appropriated images that have become part of a lexicon of cultural reference. Lee Welch's work leaves the viewer searching for the elusive truth, there are points of crystallization throughout the exhibition but at points you are left questioning. The works can be appreciated on straightforward level, but for the viewer who is willing to delve deeper the pieces take on much more cultural significance. In a society where images have become the means of communication, Welch successfully takes these images and transforms them into subtle explorations that are open for interpretation.