To Have To Hold

An exhibition presented by Kandasamy Project London / United Kingdom / 2012

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The exhibition’s narrative re-examines the sentiment of mortal attachment. Worn, neglected and discarded pieces have been vested with time and repurposed to find new form and use as contemporary compositions — quiet meditations and novel spaces. Often acting as multi-use, mini-sets, this re-staging of found objects imbues the assemblages with new meaning. Whether sculptural juxtapositions or digital representations, there is a considered approach that layers each piece with renewed substance — a nostalgic nod to the exhibition title’s search for longevity and the value and romance of objects. Each piece is a study in refined interventions that are designed to elevate but not dominate their subjects. This portfolio contains images of the exhibition. Additional information and images of the individual works are available separately.
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    The exhibition’s narrative re-examines the sentiment of mortal attachment. Worn, neglected and discarded pieces have been vested with time and repurposed to find new form and use as contemporary compositions — quiet meditations and novel spaces. Often acting as multi-use, mini-sets, this re-staging of found objects imbues the assemblages with new meaning. Whether sculptural juxtapositions or digital representations, there is a considered approach that layers each piece with renewed substance —...

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    • Year 2012
    • Work finished in 2012
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Exhibitions /Installations
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