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Elizabeth Magill, Headland, Ulster Museum, Belfast, 11 May – 23 September, 2018

  In a sight rooted practice the similarities and differences between these two  images have defining power.  They define even those images that are on their own.  These landscapes are a modern equivalent of Plato’s answer to Timaeus asking  how  … Continue reading

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