16 May 2012 to 26 May 2012
11am - 4pm (Wed - Sat only)
Venue: George Fraser Gallery, 25a Princes Street, Auckland
Contact email: email@example.com
Opening: Tuesday 15 May, 5.30pm
‘He ran, he walked, he ran, he walked’ explores alternative ways to measure time and examines how we interact within urban environments and architectural spaces. Everyday tasks become measurements of time as well as a medium to navigate space and place. Extracted from Knife and Fork, a short story written by Robyn Pickens, the exhibition title suggests rhythmic patterns of physical activity through space. From a line in a fictional story to an exhibition in actual space, the imaginary and the real interweave and unseen distance is elided.