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Blue Oyster Art Gallery exhibition: SEEDER

SEEDER
Ben Clement
Exhibition Runs: Wednesday 7 - Saturday 31 May 2014

Ben Clement (b. 1989) lives and works in Auckland. Recent exhibitions include Video Easy, Michael Lett Gallery, Auckland (2014), Condensations, 30 Upstairs Gallery, Wellington (2013, with Andrew Kennedy), Chill Spree, Dog Park Art Project Space, Christchurch (2013, curated by Henry Davidson), Cried in the Trailer, St Paul St Frontbox, Auckland (2013), Be Seen, Be Effective!, Window, Auckland (2012 with Bob van der Wal), Ltd, Snake Pit (2012 with Ralph Paine and Daniel Webby).

Blue Oyster Open Hours
Tuesday - Friday 11am - 5pm
Saturdays 12-3pm

Blue Oyster Art Project Space
16 Dowling Street, Dunedin
www.blueoyster.org.nz

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