In and beyond the space of the Roman Forum: Julia Davis, Ann-Marie James, Pollyxenia Joannou and Lisa Jones : 12 July – 30 August 2017 : a Macquarie University Art Gallery exhibition in collaboration with the Department of Ancient History

Lea Beness, Rhonda Davis, Peter Edwell, Gina Hammond (Designer), Kate Hargraves (Designer), Tom Hillard, Ian Plant (Developer), Leonard Janiszewski (Developer), Andrew Simpson, Karl Van Dyke

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Abstract

In and beyond the walls of the Roman Forum is an interdisciplinary exhibition that retraces the rich history of the Roman Forum as a meeting place, a contested site where the vestiges of time and space reveal its character The Lake of Time brings together an astute selection of historical master engraved prints dating from the 15th to the 20th century that directly link with contemporary works that have responded to the ontology of the Roman Forum within the context of how that space has changed over time and is considered today. The exhibition explores the phenomenology of the Roman Forum that transpires through a visual narrative, a state which augments the written work. Exhibition held at Macquarie University Art Gallery on 12 July - 30 August 2017.
LanguageEnglish
PublisherMacquarie University
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2017

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