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Neal White: Fieldworks from the Museum of the Void
Published to coincide with the exhibition Fieldworks from the Museum of the Void at Chelsea space, London, 30.06.10 - 31.07.10
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2010-01-01

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Published to coincide with the exhibition 'Fieldworks from the Museum of the Void' at Chelsea space, London, 30.06.10 - 31.07.10. For the past few years Neal White has been engaged in an ongoing project as Artist in Residence at the Centre for Land Use Interpretation, Utah, USA. White explores notions of experiment through a range of practices, from site-specific installations to performative documentation. His work examines how archives operate and raises critical questions as to what it means to preserve artworks, physical spaces, and documentation, specifically in relation to an artist’s own intentions, and in relation to concepts of time. White has focused on specific artist's archives as collections, as physical spaces, and as a conceptual territory to be traversed, some of his themes and concepts have been developed around the ideas of the American, Robert Smithson, and the conceptual work of the British artist John Latham. http://www.chelseaspace.org/archive/white-pr.html

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