Happy to announce that space holder for a yellow, white and red space will be in the upcoming exhibition at MUMA—Direct Democracy—opening 26/04/2013 https://gailhastings.com.au/event/direct-democracy/ …
After opening the central drawer to Red space holder: forget remember, Fr Chris Jenkins — a Jesuit priest now at St Canice’s after Fr Stephen Sinn — was reminded of the 1853 artwork Light of the World and so is seen, here, ‘knocking on the door’.
Clare and Marlowe look at Red space holder: forget remember. Unsure he really could see his own foot underneath the drawer when he peered into it, Marlowe then inspected the drawer from the ground looking up to check it didn’t have a bottom.
Beryl, a regular Archibald Prize exhibition visitor, was admittedly a bit stumped, at first, for words when she came by to have a look at the exhibition today. Then, after a number of other thoughts said: ‘… you could say space is at the basis of everything’.
Due to a funding setback, the forthcoming exhibition [space holder] was in jeopardy of being cancelled. Happy, however, to announce no matter the toils and troubles, the exhibition will still take place at the later date of 20 September 2012. We hope you will still join us then.
For one reason or another I have had to put words to paper in preparation of my next exhibition. They namely concern the title of the exhibition: [space holder]. It is a title that aspires to benefit a discussion on space as an art object that is fraught, from the outset, for a few reasons. The […]