Sebastian Ingram
I Have Never Seen a Blackhole
27.05.20 – 13.06.20

‘I Have Never Seen A Black Hole’ explores the idea that thousands of images being used to try and reconstruct a ‘whole’, in a singular moment, seems to diffuse the referent object rather than suspend it in time and space. Through the diffusion of a myriad of representations, the work aims to question our relationship between the sensory experience of representations and their referent objects. 

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