Rhythm is a Dancer
Charlotte Ghaie, Bettina Hamilton, Julie Traitsis and Kirstin Wursthorn
19 Feb - 7 Mar 2009
Rhythm of any sort is created by and relies upon recurrence. The works in this exhibition explores the repetition and rhythm of media and cultural events that pervade our everyday and fuel our desires. Does the unrelenting reproduction, commodification and repetition of our desires create an experience of engagement or understanding or an ongoing experience of evasion? Is the rhythm of the everyday reliant on popular culture's omnipresence as a backbeat – or a top note?
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