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ROAR! gallery exhibition

ROAR! gallery

Exhibition: Sharing Spaces Rebecca Asquith, Shawna Todd, Melissa Wyman, Edmund Wealthall, Tim Wigmore

Where: ROAR! gallery 22 Vivian Street Wellington When : 10-23rd May 2004

Contact: Melissa Young Ph 385 7602 W-F 10-2pm

10-23 June 2004 Sharing Spaces Opening night 10 June from 5:30-7:00pm

Sharing Spaces The artistic actions of five individuals in a household.

How do creative individuals with different artistic backgrounds share living space? The space becomes an intersection of artistic endeavours. The kitchen becomes the living room, every other room in the house is subject to being a workspace, and the furniture is on a rotating roster.

This exhibit came together when the artistic occupants (past and present) of a household decided to put their creative media together. With a mixture of new and recycled materials from nature and city, serious and playful ideas are mixed with creative design and raw art. Rebecca Asquith, Shawna Todd, Melissa Wyman, Edmund Wealthall, Tim Wigmore will turn their household of shared spaces inside out and take it to the gallery.

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