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Reassembling the Self at GV Art

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Reassembling the Self at GV Art

Reassembling the Self GV Art Gallery Until 11 October 2014 I have to juggle everything I am holding to write down the quote from the short documentary that discusses the schizophrenic condition. That is, that schizophrenia, ‘stops you editing reality, everything you see could have an important meaning’. Perceptions can be distorted, and it is […]

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Garry Kennard at GV Art

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Garry Kennard at GV Art

Garry Kennard GV Art 11-26 January 2013 It was a few weeks ago that I received a book in the post, Garry Kennard’s ‘Essays and Images’. Locked inside the pages were stories of, amongst others, climbing expeditions and past romantic liaisons. Memories and details of dreams served to furnish ideas of how the brain functions, […]

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Trauma at GV Art

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Trauma at GV Art

Trauma GV Art 1 December 2011 to 8 February 2012 The last time I was at GV Art’s gallery in Chiltern Street, the entrance was in near darkness so as to facilitate the subtle illumination required by Ken and Julia Yonetani’s representation in sugar of a coral reef from their recent exhibition, Sense of Taste. […]

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Ken and Julia Yonetani at GV Art

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Ken and Julia Yonetani at GV Art

Ken and Julia Yonetani: Sense of Taste GV Art 7 October to 19 November 2011 The nights are drawing in quickly. It was a biting dusk when I approached the gallery. Inside, cutting through the on setting darkness was the Sweet Barrier Reef. It was a work made entirely from sugar. Sugar sculptures of the […]

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