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This exhibition gathers the work of artists who share in common a desire to interrogate the nature of objects and the way they are perceived. Objects and object-ness, perception and its curious ways, artists as questioners, mediators and creators: the scope, then, is anything but narrow.

Almost anything in the world can be, can be thought of as, an object. Our basic desire to group, name and …

This exhibition gathers the work of artists who share in common a desire to interrogate the nature of objects and the way they are perceived. Objects and object-ness, perception and its curious ways, artists as questioners, mediators and creators: the scope, then, is anything but narrow.

Almost anything in the world can be, can be thought of as, an object. Our basic desire to group, name and classify them, though, is forever faced with confounding frustrations. There you have a bucket. Is it an object? The question seems absurd or trivial—of course it is. The artists in this exhibition, …