Space holder for a yellow, white and red space

ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF A SPACE PUT ON HOLD

Parliament adjourned, the House in a deadlock divide, after the question was put That the space block 32 x 32 x 80cm (yellow for 70, white for 2 and red on the end), is either a waste of space without use to society or, in being a space that cannot be used, enables society.

Until such time as the debate is resumed, the before mentioned space will remain on hold.

Floorplan details:
1 Side of the Ayes
2 Side of the Noes
3 Space holder
4 This Encyclopaedia
5 Despatch box made of rosewood
6 Table of the House
7 Entry through stairs of silent stares

Qty ID Medium HxWxD cm
1 space holder

oil, acrylic and pencil on wood

32 x 32 x 32
1 space holder

oil, acrylic and pencil on wood

32 x 64 x 32
1 w/colour

watercolour and lead pencil on paper (framed)

32 x 48 x 8

Space holder for a yellow, white and red space is available to collect.

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Space holder Setup Guide
Notes:

Space holder sides are mounted on wall with especially made wall brackets (coloured black).

Exhibitions
13/08/2014 Melbourne Art Fair, The Commercial, Melbourne
26/07/2013 JANIS II, The Commercial (cur. Kelly Doley and Amanda Rowell), Sydney
26/04/2013 Direct Democracy, Monash University Museum of Art (cur. Geraldine Barlow), Melbourne
Bibliography
Geraldine Barlow, Direct Democracy, in Geraldine Barlow (ed.), exhibition catalogue, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne 2013, pp.50–3, 98–9, 101, 106.
Keith Gallasch, Virginia Baxter, In the loop July 24: quick picks’, Realtime, issue 115, June-July 2013, http://www.realtimearts.net/article/issue115/11226, accessed 30 October 2016.
Suzanne Fraser, Direct Democracy at MUMA’, The Melbourne Review, 2013, http://www.melbournereview.com.au/arts/article/direct-democracy-at-muma.