Thursday, October 01, 2009

The interior world of objects

Using everyday objects that collected from both sides of the divided city of Nicosia, American artist Elizabeth Hoak Doering makes a strong comment on the way things mark the passage of time and become actors in the compilation and composition of history. In her exhibition titled amanuensis, at the Pharos Centre for Contemporary Art in Nicosia until November 13, the artist sets up a haunting scenario in which the interior world of things is revealed, upending the usual subject-object relationship that people have with objects around them.

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