The project ³Seven sisters² is part of the exhibition ³Silicon chips are
made of sand² at the Quay Gallery in Wanganui New Zealand, by Ian M
Clothier. The work has two parts - website and installation. The
installation involves the display of seven symbolic forms in the gallery.
The audience can participate in the art work by filling in an online form.
³Seven sisters² maps a personal response to the notion of seven sisters - a
subject that has reference points in Hong Kong, China, Australia, Hawaii,
USA, Scotland, India and Greece, and includes subject areas such as
astrology, geology, geometry, gender issues, gay rights, DNA and music, to
name just a few. This seven sisters project engages with these
interconnections and locates a place for audience interconnection the
audience determines the sequence of symbols displayed in the gallery. Please
go to the website and fill out the selection form. The show opens this
Friday, 24th of February at 5pm, so responses must be lodged by that date.
Seven sisters by Ian Clothier home page:
Direct link to the online selection form:
Wanganui exhibition online catalogue page:
Supported by the Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki.
Ian M Clothier
Dept of Art and Media
Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki
0064 6 757 3100 x 8895
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