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A predominantly purple abstract

Accepted forms of displaying art and furniture allow us to read into a setting, providing us with a sense of mutual understanding in a dialogue with the objects we choose to surround ourselves with. In a digital age where sharing and privacy no longer refer to intimate encounters alone, our physical spaces have become no less intriguing as art and design continue to be charged with psychological, social, or political associations and ideas, some giving rise to uncertainty more than others. The works in the exhibition, and the actual and representational spaces between them, will question structures of form and function concerning the identity of an object in space as well as its representation.

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