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Group Exhibition: Tiny But Lively Exhibition

Where: ROAR! gallery 22 Vivian Street Wellington
When : 9-19th August 2004

Whoever said size doesn't matter got it all wrong!

Let the artists run wild and experiment with subject matter and medium........ but beware of those who stray from the bounds of 15 cubed! Believe us, size does matter!

In the upcoming group exhibition Tiny but Lively, at Roar! gallery proves that size is in fact of the utmost importance. Medium and subject matter are chosen at the artists discretion, however Roar! is challenging those willing to produce both 2D or 3D works which can and must not break out of the confines of 15x15x15cm.

The results will no doubt be........tiny!

The exhibition, which runs from the 12-29th of August 2004.

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