(2011) Cut scatter.
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|Description/Abstract:||Beth Harland, as visiting professor in Fine Art at
LASALLE College of the Arts, worked with 15 students to produce a large wall painting in the college.The project
aimed to draw out ways in which fragmentation is experienced in contemporary society, and how
technology impacts upon this experience. Each contributor produced a work on paper, which was randomly
cut up and thrown, to create a composition dictated by chance.The composition was photographed, projected onto the wall, and transcribed, piece by piece.
A second installation of a reproduction of the work was installed at Dhoby Ghaut Railway Station, Singapore.
|Contributors:||Harland, E.J. (Artist)|
|Item Type:||Art Design Item - Site-specific work|
|Subjects:||N Fine Arts > NL Exhibition or show|
|Divisions:||University Structure - Pre August 2011 > School of Art|
Faculty of Business and Law > Winchester School of Art
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