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Memory and Identity

Agnieszka Kot

Alan J Ward

Alice Harley

Amanda Durig

Annie Trevorah

Aysha Choudhury

Ben Sheppee

Cameron Scott

Caren Keyser

Chrysanthe Maggidis

Claire Jackson

Cristina Mocan 

Deborah Root

Emily Tull 

Grant Lambie

Hafifa Ahmed

Helen Stone

Ian Bride

Irirna Sokolova

Jay Goldberg

Jude Lin

Kate Anderson

Mary Low

Mary Millner

Maryam Tavakoli

Matt Noir

Melusine Brosse

Michele Noble

Nabeel Alsamman

Natalia Millman

Natasha Voronchikhina

Paige Whitaker

Pip Woolf

Rachel Glen

Sally Spinks

Sara Townley

Sarah McAlister

Seitaro Yamazaki

Shani Eldar

Shuntao Li

Zoe Maxwell

December 2022

Grant Lambie, Trouwunna (Tasmania) 1803, before the near genocide of the Tasmanian aboriginals by British settlers, 2021, Collage of Britsh OS, 62x88cm

According to John Locke (English philosopher and physician), a person's identity only reaches as far as their memory extends into the past. In other words, who one is critically depends upon what one remembers. Thus, as a person's memory begins to disappear, so does their identity. All artists with a different artistic approach reflected their individual and exceptional experience around the theme ‘Memory and Identity’. 

The artists whose work features in this exhibition are: Agnieszka Kot, Alan J Ward, Alice Harley, Amanda Durig, Annie Trevorah, Aysha Choudhury, Ben Sheppee, Cameron Scott, Caren Keyser, Chrysanthe Maggidis, Claire Jackson, Cristina Mocan, Deborah Root, Emily Tull, Grant Lambie, Hafifa Ahmed, Helen Stone, Ian Bride, Irirna Sokolova, Jay Goldberg, Jude Lin, Kate Anderson, Mary Low, Mary Millner, Maryam Tavakoli, Matt Noir, Melusine Brosse, Michele Noble, Nabeel Alsamman, Natalia Millman, Natasha Voronchikhina, Paige Whitaker, Pip Woolf, Rachel Glen, Sally Spinks, Sara Townley, Sarah McAlister, Seitaro Yamazaki, Shani Eldar, Shuntao Li, Zoe Maxwell.

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