1: inabsence // Emilie Wright

Poster of 1: inabsence // Emilie Wright

I the writer/reader

You the reader/writer

We – a temporal encounter – We – together in the text

The plurality of I is emergent – forming in relation to You

Language is held by us - in between us – another body – We shape its form

Existence is always coexistence

Exchange of matter – and of energy

You enter – I dissolve

We – a constellation – an assemblage

We – in orbit

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online: at https://waawgallery.com

& offline: at .ZIP Collective Exhibition space

Program:

> 19:00 – 22:00 Friday 7th: Opening & Meal

Until 20:00 Conversation about the work and exhibition, around warm food and drinks

Readings & Discussions throughout the evening

> 13:00 – 18:00 Saturday & Sunday (8-9th & 15-16th)

I would like to share a moment of presence, a sharing of space and time together.

This is an invitation to join a series of afternoons dedicated to silent writing and reading.

A nonline space – A slow and quiet pace

Please bring notebooks, sketchpads, pens, pencils, reading materials (no devices)

Please remove your shoes and turn off your phone before you enter

Coffee tea and snacks will be available during breaks, breaks will take place every hour

All are welcome and of course free to come and go as they please throughout the day, however please do so quietly and without disturbance

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Emilie Wright is a visual artist from Melbourne, Australia. Emilie obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts: Honours at Monash University (Melbourne, Australia), having completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Expanded Studio Practice) at RMIT (Melbourne, Australia). Prior to commencing her BFA, Emilie founded ARI Bower Gallery in 2010, working as Curator and Director until 2013. Emilie has exhibited in Australia and Internationally and has participated in studio residency programs in Denmark, Iceland and Greenland. She is currently undertaking a Masters of Fine Art at the UiB KMD in Bergen, Norway, where she lives and works.

WAAW is a non-profit web gallery who invites artists to collaborate on the creation of web-based art works. Every two and a half months, will open an online and offline exhibition at studio .ZIP Collective.

The initiative is kindly supported by Kulturrådet.