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21 June 2008, Exhibition 'Do not Erase ... wait for Meaning'

Candidate: An installation by Tine Wilde
Speaker: Officially opened by Martin Stokhof
Date: Saturday 21 June 2008
Time: 20:00-22:00
Location: Arti et Amicitiae, Rokin 112, Amsterdam

Do not Erase. . . wait for Meaning is an <InstallationPackage> by TineWilde offering a new perspective on the art of installation as a result of a trans-disciplinary PhD research project carried out at the University of Amsterdam.

Tine Wilde investigates facts and values concerning social practices and cultural attitudes, worked out in what she calls an InstallationPackage. An InstallationPackage consists of one or more installations exploring a particular concept from different perspectives. In this exhibition the point of departure is the philosopher's room, in which the concept reflexive dynamics is central. On the one hand this reflexive dynamics points to the dynamic relation between the various parts of the room. On the other it refers to an emotional space that gives the viewer the opportunity to take a reflexive distance by means of a subtle play of colours. In this way, the installation becomes a poem with proportion.

The exhibition will be officially opened by Martin Stokhof at the opening reception on Saturday 21 June 2008, 8-10 pm: the exhibition will run from Sunday 22 June until Sunday 13 July 2008. For more information, see http://www.tinewilde.com/Arti2008.htm

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