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November 17, 2012
3:00 pmto5:00 pm
3:00 pmto5:00 pm

Wellington based photographer James Voller continues his exploration of the intersection between installation, photography and documentary media in his latest exhibition, Alright? Alright.

On display at the Beam Contemporary Gallery, Alright? Alright showcases Voller’s multimedia exploration of London’s East End, an area caught between social and economic changes occurring elsewhere in the city.

It runs until the 15th December.

WHEN: Opens Saturday 17 November, 3pm-5pm
WHERE: Beam Contemporary, Level 1, 30 Guildford Lane, Melbourne
WEB: beamcontemporary.com.au


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