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An immersive environment as critique of the concept of the white cube  gallery space.
The installation included a latex ceiling swollen with water (as if bearing down the weight of the Smithson Building above) windows covered in text and  2 videos of compromised white surfaces.

An immersive environment as critique of the concept of the white cube  gallery space. The installation included a latex ceiling swollen with water (as if bearing down the weight of the Smithson Building above) windows covered in text and  2 videos of compromised white surfaces.

As night fell the the unlit ceiling became more reflective and the activities of the street were reflected back into the space.

As night fell the the unlit ceiling became more reflective and the activities of the street were reflected back into the space.

The text written on the windows Purity and Tolerance was by the late katherine Shonfield (collaborator with muf 1995-2003)

The text written on the windows Purity and Tolerance was by the late katherine Shonfield (collaborator with muf 1995-2003)

Purity and Tolerance 1995

Exhibition
Part of a series of short exhibitions on discursive practice, 1995

Client
The Architecture Foundation

Collaborators
David Warren, Barrisol

Budget
£0+sponsorship

Duration
10 days

Links
The subject is matter
Architecture Foundation