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'Singularity' by Nick Devison

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9 - 24 November 2011
Private View: Thursday 10 November, 17.00

On the home leg of its international tour Viewfinder came to the Ruskin Gallery, having previously exhibited in Seoul, South Korea, and at IMPACT7 International Printmaking Exhibition at Monash University, Australia.

Curated by Nick Devison of Cambridge School of Art's Fine Art Research Unit and Convenor for MA Printmaking and the MFA, Viewfinder aimed to interrogate the creative intersections between digital and traditional practices as a means of reflecting upon the nature of representation through print media. Diverse in form, each artist engaged with ideas concerning the instability of perception, dislocation of place, interventions and disruption of meaning. The result was a discursive engagement with the photographic image, which considered the contingent nature of perception, meaning and representation mediated through a digitised environment.

Exhibiting artists included Brook & Black, Professor Paul Coldwell, Edward Dimsdale, Michel Evans, Johanna Love, Dr David Ryan, Mark Shaw, and Nick Devison.

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