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Impermanent Durations; On Painting and Time

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Impermanent Durations - Painting and Time is a cross-cultural exchange between
artists from Australia, UK, USA and Singapore. This project which extends across
various galleries around the world presents the dialogue between Professor David
Thomas (AU), Professor Beth Harland (UK), Professor Laura Lisbon (USA) and Dr. Ian Woo (SG). The aim of the project is to create a series of provocations and reflective experiences in a collaborative, site-sensitive manner exploring notions of
impermanence and perception, and the condition of painting today.The artists together explore how colour, matter, installation, painting and photography offer ways of negotiating our understanding of time and impermanence in the world.
Effective start/end date1/06/1631/12/17
  • Harland, Beth (Principal Investigator)
  • Thomas, David (Co-Investigator)
  • Lisbon, Laura (Co-Investigator)
  • Woo, Ian (Co-Investigator)

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