Joey Holder and Viktor Timofeev are showing a collaborative exhibition, LAMENT OF UR, at Plymouth’s Karst Gallery, opening on November 13 and running from November 18, running to December 12.
Questioning the scientific assumptions of our individual and collective beginnings, the duo suggest that there is “no linear travel through space around the surface of a planet”.
Through a range of media this exhibition asks what past and what futures (what timescales) are possible if we question any singular point of origin.
See the FB event page for details.**
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