One’s sense of place is mutable, responsive to the evolving landscape, the movement of other bodies around them, and, perhaps most acutely, to the changes in one’s own notion of selfhood and identity. The meaning of “place” also depends on position and arrangement. To place something. To find your place. The three artists in this exhibition explore the question of place with an awareness of its deeply personal, subjective nature. Whether negotiating the distance between multiple ‘homelands’ or witnessing rapid changes to a landscape, these artists present the feeling of being in a place as a fluid sensation, manifested through a push-and-pull of location and perception.
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