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Arresting Copies; A Roundtable Discussion

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  • Sat 3 Sep ’16, 2:00pm


Adam Art Gallery, Victoria University, Kelburn Parade, Gate 3, Wellington


All Ages

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  • Free Admission


Adam Art Gallery

What is the status of the copy in contemporary art today? In our post-post-modern world, what are the purposes and pitfalls of appropriation as an artistic strategy now?

Sherrie Levine's work African Masks After Walker Evans, 2014, provides an important context to discuss what copying means for artists and commentators at this point in history. Please join us for a stimulating discussion with artist Glen Hayward, writers Megan Dunn and Cassandra Barnett, and Adam Art Gallery Director and art historian Christina Barton. The discussion will be chaired by Wellington art writer and academic Martin Patrick.

All are welcome.

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