Lost Objects exhibition

Lost Objects exhibition

Lost Objects emphasises the impact objects have on our body, culture and memory


Exhibition Friday 6 May – Sunday 29 May

Opening: Thursday 5 May, 6 - 8 pm

Breathing new life into mundane household objects, Lost Objects calls into question our relationship to objects and at a political level, the notion of ourselves as ‘domesticated citizens’. Beginning with a familiar scene - a grouping of old furniture and appliances inside a room - domestic objects are brought to life, animating themselves in response to audience interaction though a series of images, servos, sensors and programming technologies.

Lost Objects emphasises the impact objects have on our body in movement, spatial conditioning, cultural narratives and memory.

Counihan Gallery Fergus Binns Toy Painting (Alice In Neverland)

Image right:
Bishop and Reis
Lost Objects 2016
Furniture, sensors, servos, digital animation
4 x 4m
Courtesy the artists

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