The end of the exhibition is the start of the next exhibition.

Time. Space. Distance.

 

These are a few things you often don’t feel you get in the planning, build up and installation of an exhibition which you have been planning for a long time.

And then…it’s all over.

It happened, the work spoke for itself and we were overwhelmed by the positive (and sometimes unexpectedly deep) reactions to the work we have spent so long with.

The end of the exhibition is the start of the next exhibition.

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