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Krísis preview: IN PHOTOS 28 October 2016

A huge thank you to everyone who came to the preview of Krísis last night! It was great to see so many new faces. Special thanks to all the artists who came along and to all those who were involved in the performances! Here’s a selection of photos from the night – with more to come of the individual performances later (next week):
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As part of Tuan Mami’s performance, monks led the audience in a moment of meditation and chanting…
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Visitors were then invited to participate in pouring water over a temporary sculpture, before using water pistols to spray water at a drawing on the Gallery wall – turning art into a game, a recurring theme in Mami’s work (see below).
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Dictaphone Group
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Dictaphone Group
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Dictaphone Group
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Raju Rage
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Raju Rage
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Raju Rage
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Marija Milosevska
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Marija Milosevska
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Lynn Lu 
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Lynn Lu 
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Lynn Lu 

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