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James Pfaff in Situ
23 June 2018 until 30 June 2018
Street Level Photoworks
Exhibiting artist James Pfaff will be in situ during the final two weekends of his exhibition ‘Alex & Me’ to speak to visitors should you wish to ask any questions, on the following dates:
Saturday 23rd June, 10am – 1pm
Saturday 30th June, 2pm – 5pm
A unique opportunity to get some insights in the work!
‘Alex & Me’ is an artistic reappropriation of his archive, a tribute to a significant broken love, an authentic road trip through North America in the late summer of 1998 – Toronto to New Orleans and then back north by way of New York City.
Amongst the many works in the show, the neon installation “Ever been changed by someone? immediately interrogates visitors on the importance of the autobiographical in his creative process. The show, a retrospective touching on the role of obsession in artistic research where the author utilises his archive and ephemera to help rebuild fractured memories.