Updated: Dec 20, 2021
IN THE MEANTIME looks to create a space in which we can contemplate what is important to us. Over the last two years our focus has largely been on navigating life within the parameters and uncertainty of the pandemic. This has shaped our lives, routines and the way in which we engage with our communities. However life beyond Covid has consistently been running parallel to that. Much of which has not necessarily been shared because of the distance which Covid has created between people and the dominance of pandemic-related experience. The exhibition IN THE MEANTIME between these two, and what life has been like whilst we aims to explore the tension attempt to adjust and readjust to life during a pandemic.
TIME: the indefinite continued progress of existence and events in the past, present, and future regarded as a whole.Regardless of how we have dealt with and continue to deal with life at this time, we can all agree that it is significant. Time is a way for us to measure, plan, schedule and make sense of life.
It evokes a sense of nostalgia as we reflect on time gone by.
Keeps us grounded in the present. And motivating as we look to the future.
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Rudolf Seibeb - Barbara Böhlke Mitchell M Gatsi - Tuli Mekondjo
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