Sacred Space Done Three Ways

The Gallery as pilgrimage site:  A display for the edification, elevation of the public. We interrogate the works’ aura, history, morals. Hope to be changed, healed, and to learn by it.

The gallery as a ceremonial site of gathering. We meet, we listen, we commune.  We reflect on time and space outside the site, through works that do the same.

The gallery as meditative space. Training in concentration, single-point attention, mindfulness. We search for meaning through focus.

At the Agnes Etherington Art Centre.

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