Truth’s spatial probability

The artist made Truth’s spatial probability in 1993 and first exhibited the artwork in 1993 in spatial probabilities 1993: Watercolours by Gail Hastings at Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne. Truth’s spatial probability is a standalone artwork. The artwork's medium is watercolour and lead pencil on paper, and comprises of 4 component/s measuring, overall, Truth’s spatial probability is in a private collection: Melbourne, 1993

TRUTH’S SPATIAL PROBABILITY

[floorplan] Room A

Unbeknownst to him, for he was day-dreaming out the window, Truth stepped into Room B and loitered a little. While he roused from his dreams to again take grasp of reality – Truth, in not being detected by him, slid from Room B with the ease of time, and hid in Room A.

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[floorplan] Room B

He rushed from Room B into Room C in desperate search for Truth. During his scurry, he did not notice Truth’s narrow escape from Room C to Room A at the moment of his entrance.

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[floorplan] Room C

Having been tole that Truth was in Room A, he quietly entered in an unobtrusive manner so not to frighten and cause Truth to scamper. But upon this cautions entrance he discovered a fib: that Truth was in fact not in Room A but Room B.

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[floorplan] Her Room

While resting in Room A pondering his next move, he heard scandalous rumours concerning Truth’s entrapment in Her Room. Fearing to dare enter Her Room, he thought it wise to instead wait in Room B where the view was more pleasant.

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