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Slow Life

(2006) Slow Life

Record type: Art Design Item

Abstract

How has today’s technological world changed our lives and values? Can we still find meaning in the obsolete or low-tech? Slow Life unites seven international artists who explore the humanity within out-dated technologies and old materials.Featuring work by Wilfred Almendra, Dale Burning, Mark Karasick, Ryota Kuwakubo, Tomoyasu Murata, Beltran Obregon, Wolfgang Staehle. Slow Life is a John Hansard Gallery touring exhibition funded by Arts Council England, The Henry Moore Foundation, Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, Nomura Cultural Foundation & EU Japan Fest Japan Committee. Organised by John Hansard Gallery and curated by Yuu Takehisa, in partnership with Limehouse Arts Foundation, London. The show plans to tour to BankART 1929, Yokohama, Japan


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Accepted/In Press date: September 2006
Organisations: Winchester School of Art, Professional Services

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Local EPrints ID: 208857
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/208857
PURE UUID: 6b3532a6-e672-48d2-a3fe-699dd2f85232

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Date deposited: 26 Jan 2012 12:02
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 10:48

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Contributors

Curator of an exhibition: Stephen Foster
Curator of an exhibition: Yuu Takehisa

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