Posted by Kristian Hatton
21. Aug, 2012
|August 26, 2012|
This art exhibition – Base Nature – by Taylor White at Just Another Project Space is in its last few days in Prahran.
It is detailed as ‘an exploration of consciousness and perception‘. The showcase details the sort of “monsters” that lurk in the corners of our mind, and is sure to engage viewers in an Artaudian (ala Theatre of Cruelty) fashion. Hopefully it will disturb you enough, but in a good horror-flick sort of way, rather then running out of the gallery with your left eye permanently twitching afterwards.
Catch it before the exhibition closes at the end of this month, and bring a comforting presence if easily disturbed. However, remember that demons lurk in everywhere in our reality and rather then be afraid of them, be aware and recognise the things that lurk within the recesses of your own soul.
WHEN: Until 31 August,
WHERE: Just Another Project Space, 153 Greville Street, Prahran
WEB: Check out the promo vid here!
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