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An exhibition that brings together four artists from RMIT’s Interior Design and Landscape Architecture programs whose works are concerned with the spatial and temporal qualities of a site.
Over four weeks, the artists will respond to different aspects of Project Space, drawing attention to the site’s spatial, temporal and immaterial qualities.
The exhibition will begin with four initial responses to the site (see ‘gestures’ listed below), which relate to each artist’s current PhD research. It will then unfold as a schedule of both set and non-predetermined events and actions, with Project Space acting as a stage for these interplays to occur. Beginning in incompleteness refuses the idea of the exhibition as end point; instead of a resolved and conclusive composition, the exhibition will change over the four weeks as the artists respond to the conditions of the site and the modifications made by each other.
Catalogue text by Phip Murray
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