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When something becomes nothing

Roithmayr, F., Syed, S. and Wake, A. (2007) When something becomes nothing. [Show/Exhibition]

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Abstract/Summary

This group exhibition brings together three young contemporary artists’ whose practices explore liminal spaces and crossed thresholds; the immeasurable gaps that exist between actuality and its fabricated myth - between having and undergoing an experience - between telling a story and living it. The act of re-telling or re-experiencing is always in a constant state of flux - it can never replicate the original - new objects and acts are brought to it and it becomes a mediated encounter. The before and after pivot on an infinite point which is indefinable and intangible; all that remains is a relic of that attempt which shares a past, present and future.

Item Type:Show/Exhibition
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Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Arts and Communication Design > Art > Fine Art
ID Code:87997

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