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Erasure, two linked solo exhibitions in Japan and South Korea

Lookup NU author(s): Professor Christopher Jones


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The principal aim of this project was to develop artworks that examined the sense of the "in-between" that is implicit in eastern temple sites such as Ise Jingu, Japan where each 30 years the temple complex is demolished and then rebuilt on an adjoining site. Processes of image construction, erasure and reassembly were employed in the development of a series of two-part objects. The two elements of each object were installed in the gallery space at a distance to one another in order to both connect space and to emphasise the space in-btween.

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Artist(s): Jones C

Publication type: Exhibition

Publication status: Published

Year: 2007

Number of Pieces: 35

Venue: Art Space A1; Gallery Woosukhall

Location: Nagoya, Japan 9-14 May 2006; Seoul National University, Korea 18-23 June 2007

Source Publication Date: 09-05-2006

Media of Output: Collages on steel plate, Photographs and oil paint on steel plate, Sculptures: photographs, foamcore, card and carton

Notes: The project was concluded during a residency at SangMyung University, Seoul and an exhibition at Seoul National University's Woosukhall Gallery in June 2007. It was supported by an Asem Duo Fellowship and Northern Print Bursary.