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Carol arrived on the day before the second exhibition and immediately started to tease out different possibilities for altering the space and getting the different pieces of work to be in conversation with each other. She is excellent at judging how placement can have a profound affect on the work and the viewers’ experience. This allowed me to see the validity of the work, the pieces really had power and presence and people were engaged and moved emotionally but also they physically moved amongst the hangings engaging in conversations with others and myself about life and loss.

A couple of people remarked that the glass pieces displayed on plinths reminded them of icons or ritual objects and those raised Catholic recognized the monstrance imagery and had their own responses and memories of a monstrance being used in Eucharistic ceremony.

 

 

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