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Specific Nothings


This exhibition is  a tip of the hat to Donald Judd and his seminal essay Specific Objects. The central stack of crates were formed using the exact dimensions of Judd's "Untitled" (stack) owned by the Art Gallery Of Ontario. When stacked on top of each other the crates recreate Judd's work in the contained negative space and release it from the wall support to become freestanding. Exploring "High Minimalism" through a Post Modern lens influences the aesthetics of this exhibition and the work tries to gives out the same feeling that a minimalist exhibition would from the 1960's. The other materials and forms in the exhibition relate to my personal experience of working at Pacart and building crates for artworks, transportation of the same and the system of logic that develops from that process.

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