INVITRO: 2013 Solo exhibition, Wellington, NEW ZEALAND
The fragile skin of the glass boxes produces a sensory barrier between the tactile sculptures and the audience. This emphasizes the gap in the narrative value of the works, causing the audience to investigate more closely the enclosed objects meaning. The reading of the objects is displaced to a third-party position in deference to the encapsulation of the work itself.
LEGASY I ROOT STOCK
IN VITRO GALLERY VIEW
ENDANGERED HEIRLOOM # 8 INGENUITY
LEGASY II HYBRID
LEGASY IV GENETIC GUILLOTINE
INHERITANCE I SPLICED PERSONALITY
LEGASY VI ENGINEERING
LEGASY LESSON II MOOR AND MORE
LEGASY LESSON 1 LESS IS LESS
LEGASY III PROPAGATION
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