24 June - 12 July
Brenda May Gallery
A memento mori is an object that is kept as a reminder of the fact that death is inevitable. The term originates from Latin and translates loosely as ?remember (that you have) to die?.
The idea that a work of art can function as a memento mori is a central theme of this exhibition. More broadly however, the artists in this show examine the place of memory in art - art as memorial, as memento and as keepsake.
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