The exposition introduces the artist’s research into the concept of ‘place’. To do this, the weave has been conceived of as a place in itself and as a space for mapping some fundamental considerations implicit in the artist’s own practice. Layering image, moving image and text, the exposition seeks to avoid illustration, denying an explanatory relationship between the text and image or vice versa. Rather, in form and tone it seeks to make sense in a sort of delayed time — over time — little by little, as a collage of the different ideas, which form practice. The exposition is brought together as a momentary presentation, as part of an ongoing reflection, as fragments of a particular train of thought that expand, like a drawing, over time.
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