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Anne Tallentire
Installation; three metal panels 1.22x2.44m, red flannel, three glass containers 8x9x1.27m, ink, slide projector, water


This work directly employed the architecture of the building as an integral aspect of the work. Three sheets of metal suspended from the glass ceiling of the gallery divided the space in two to create a precarious balance between the infrastructure of the building and materials introduced. Lying beneath the panels three glass trays of blue black ink reflected the sky above.

The panels, covered on one side with red flannel material, produced a reflected glow of pink light on the far wall whilst on the near side a projected image of hands holding a map filled the lower half of the centre panel, fracturing the symmetry of the installation.

Installation photographs by Duncan Smith

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