Cognoscibility at OVADA in Oxford

For the exhibition ‘Cognoscibility’ in Oxford, I created two works about gate keeping and knowledge. The first piece, “Lecture without Lecturer”, was a PowerPoint lecture that had no sound but did have text and photographs of Roslyn Chapel, famous for being a teaching tool for the Knights Templar. The installation also included green projections of various learning diagrams. The second work, titled “Admittance”, was a performative work where gallery assistants would ask everyone coming into the gallery to give them the password. Unknown to each participant there was no right answer and any answer given would be accepted. A publication accompanied the exhibition.

Lecture without Lecturer
Lecture without Lecturer
Lecture without Lecturer
Lecture without Lecturer
Lecture without Lecturer
Lecture without Lecturer
Admittance
Admittance

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