A Strange Weave of Time and Space at Site Gallery, Sheffield

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A Strange Weave of Time and Space at Site Gallery, Sheffield
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A Strange Weave of Time and Space at Site Gallery Sheffield, City Centre 12 — 28 July 2019 Entrance is free

Site Gallery in Sheffield presents A Strange Weave of Time and Space – an exhibition and research project exploring notions of aura and authenticity in the post-digital context.

The works selected circle the complex relations between the auratic (Walter Benjamin’s term for the authentic, original artefact, singular in space and time) and the technologically reproduced, dispersed and viewed art object prevalent in the current post-digital period. Including moving image, sculpture, drawing, audio and 3D printed objects.

A Strange Weave of Time and Space at Site Gallery Sheffield, City Centre 12 — 28 July 2019 Entrance is free

What's on at Site Gallery Sheffield

Close up image of peach, pink and lilac flowers with the words 'False Note' in a white block font.
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False Note at Site Gallery

Site Gallery welcomes Freya Dooley’s solo show ‘False Note’, which examines the musical and idiomatic meanings of the term.

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