High Slack: An Installation by Judith Williams

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  • June 21 - December, 1994. ‘High Slack’ is the moment when the tide has risen to its highest point before the ebb. Vancouver artist and UBC Fine Arts Professor Judith Williams sees this pause in the tides as a metaphor for a moment of calm in the social current. The installation of paintings, sculptures, photographs and bookworks at MOA is a series of proposals for future directions in our relations to the “other,” whoever, and whatever that might be. This exhibition is not a statement; rather, it provides an atmosphere for contemplation and change.

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