A continuation of Francis van Hout’s preoccupation with spaces in between, INTERFERENCE TOO is a time-based meditation on the void-like spaces that are habitually created in every exhibition.
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For the Blue Oyster, this ‘between space’ is often manifested in the large front window that separates the passerby from the gallery but also invites a fishbowl-like impression of an exhibition. INTERFERENCE TOO will interrupt this experience, idealising the window as a subjective space rather than an objective threshold.
This project is an extension of INTERFERENCE , van Hout’s recent project at The Physics Room library (21 February – 21 March), and his second interim project at the Blue Oyster.
During this exhibition we also helped the Adam Art Gallery launch their new book 'what is a life?' documenting Kim Pieters' 2014 solo survey exhibition. To purchase the book click here .
Francis van Hout is a Christchurch based painter who studied at Ilam School of Fine Arts, University of Canterbury. Van Hout has exhibited nationally and internationally for over two decades.