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James Tapscott: Momentary Lapse of Darkness

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From the remote wilderness to the streets of New York, James Tapscott’s exhibition features photographs of his light installation work. Using energy efficient and environmentally sensitive practices, Tapscott explores the link between matter and energy, and that our world exists in time more than space. This is Tapscott's first exhibition in Melbourne, as he has previously displayed his artwork in Los Angeles and Sydney.

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James Tapscott: Momentary Lapse of Darkness details

7 Albert Str, Richmond 3121

Telephone 03 9428 7557

Nearby Stations: East Richmond

Date 27 Mar 2013-27 Apr 2013

Open 11am-5pm

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