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Something in the Air

2013, 12mm neon, reflection

'Something in the Air', a neon sign written backwards, becomes legible only as a reflection in the window of the gallery. Taken from a popular song by Thunderclap Newman, which spoke of the cultural, political and social narrative of the 1960s, the phrase appears suspended, hovering in the street beyond the gallery, propositioning the viewer to evaluate our present position, asking what is the current narrative?

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