You remember those dreams when you suddenly realised that you'd got on the school bus without noticing you hadn't got any clothes on? Furio Torracchi does.
His works-small, child-like and brightly coloured, like italianete Julian Opies - look as though they should be about jolly things. Road signs and formulaically painted clouds and houses suggest the certainties of childhood. Instead, they're about the uncertainties.
The Independent Newspaper