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11 March 2018 —
22 July 2018

Kāryn Taylor:
Diagram for a Quantum Event

Kāryn Taylor, Diagram For a Quantum Event, 2018. Commissioned by Te Tuhi, Auckland. Courtesy of Sanderson Contemporary. Photo by Sam Hartnett.
Kāryn Taylor, Diagram For a Quantum Event, 2018. Commissioned by Te Tuhi, Auckland. Courtesy of Sanderson Contemporary. Photo by Sam Hartnett.
Kāryn Taylor, Diagram For a Quantum Event, 2018 (detail). Commissioned by Te Tuhi, Auckland. Courtesy of Sanderson Contemporary. Photo by Sam Hartnett.
Kāryn Taylor, Diagram For a Quantum Event, 2018 (detail). Commissioned by Te Tuhi, Auckland. Courtesy of Sanderson Contemporary. Photo by Sam Hartnett.
Kāryn Taylor, Diagram For a Quantum Event, 2018 (detail). Commissioned by Te Tuhi, Auckland. Courtesy of Sanderson Contemporary. Photo by Sam Hartnett.

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For Te Tuhi’s Project Wall, Kāryn Taylor has created a work consisting of perspex, wood, painted line and geometric animation. Taylor is interested in exploring the space between the immaterial and the material.

In quantum physics there is an idea that the observer and the observed are somehow connected, that it is our observation that shifts energy into physical matter and that our experience of reality is determined by this interaction. Using this experiential framework, Taylor plays with relationships between chosen materials, the viewer, and the project wall in which they come together. Taylor attempts to create a place where the space between the immaterial and material can exist at the perceptual edge of the viewer’s experience.

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→ Taylor’s Moving (and Moved Around) ‘Diagram’ – EyeContact

The gallery is closed for install from 29 January 2023.

Our next exhibition Who can think, what can think curated by Bruce E. Phillips will open 18 February 2023.

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