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Reflecting illusions?

Reflecting illusions?

Dan Wilkinson 021 0433 997 Robin Va’auli 021 17676 151

From Dec 2nd through to Dec 11th, the vibrations from Shed 11 will be
resonating throughout the capital.

Seventeen prolific and emerging artists will be coming together to bring
you a powerful and inspired show.

The theme of the exhibition “reflecting illusions?” seeks to shed insight
into the mysteries of personal beliefs, allowing the work to be influenced
by the ‘world’ each individual lives in.

An eclectic mix of talented 2D and 3D artists are joined together by the
common thread of Wellington’s distinctive art institute ‘The Learning

Whether they are a tutor, student or graduate of TLC, each artist has a
unique variety of skills and life experiences to bring to this show.

“Reflecting illusions?” is all about perception, communication, pushing
boundaries and having fun. It promises to be a dynamic and expressive
exhibition that you definitely wont want to miss.


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