Inherent Vice – Curated by Katie Paine

Inherent Vice

This exhibition explores the conservation term “inherent vice”, a notion referring to when an object physically contributes to its own degradation. The exhibition investigates the ubiquitous and often destructive power of the image, when used to document a moment in time.However, when reproduced, the image’s power is finite: ultimately, it is destined to warp, degrade and is gradually lost to entropy.

Aaron Christopher Rees
Deanna Hitti
Kathryne Honey
and Nicholas McGinnity.

Curated by Katie Paine.

Exhibition essay ‘The Will to Death‘ by Diego Ramirez