SPACES GALLERY RESEARCH and DEVELOPMENT

GRANT/EXHIBITION

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SPACES Gallery is not named after the lumber and masonry that make up its structure, but for the void it contains. With white walls and minimal furnishings, the art gallery seeks to disappear in order to isolate and amplify the work it exhibits, yet its physical structure is always present. In An Inventory of Absence, we examine the archetype of the art gallery, referencing techniques of architectural representation to deconstruct and recontextualize our experience of space, revealing the void as a compelling yet unattainable ideal. 

READ THE EXHIBITION ESSAY 

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