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Are You Locationalized

 
Are You Locationalized

Poster as artworks for artists Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan, developed in collaboration with the artists.

http://generationartscotland.org/exhibition-archive/are-you-locationalized-tc/
Are you LOCATIONALIZED is a new work by Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan sited across the two Hebridean islands of Skye and North Uist. The artists were commissioned to make new work [by ATLAS Arts as part of GENERATION: 25 years of Contemporary Art] that, in common with their other works, engaged not just with the location it would be shown within, but also with the context of its commission.
The work combines photography, sculpture, text and audio to make a composite piece that challenges a viewer to make sense of it as a whole.

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