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Interactive Art - 'The Bridge Gathers'

Thursday, 29 May 2014
Press Release: Melissa Fergusson Consulting

Interactive Art - 'The Bridge Gathers'

Lot 23 are proudly exhibiting Helen Clegg's latest work called 'The Bridge Gathers' opening 29 May - 20 June 2014.

Clegg photographs in a non-traditional manner, using a black cable in most of her work which is designed to engage the viewer, by connecting Clegg on both an internal and external level.

Born in the UK, and now resides in Auckland. Clegg was awarded the 'NZAAT Emerging Artist Award' in 2013. The 'Bridge Gathers' is Clegg's second solo exhibition in conjunction with the Auckland Festival of Photography beginning 29 May.

On 3 June, Lot 23 will be hosting an interactive art component of Clegg's exhibition for the public from6pm - 9pm, 23 Minnie Street, Eden Terrace.

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