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I Don't Feel Like It: The Indifference Of Objects Exhibition

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A Passionless Exhibit
i don't feel like it, indifference of objects, camberwell college of arts
These lilies make me think of funerals.

When you accidentally cut yourself with a knife, the knife gives no apologies. It does not care about your pain. When a cuddly toy gets squeezed and squashed by a rough-playing child, it does not care that it is losing it shape or stuffing. These inanimate objects are indifferent, but they do not fail to kindle emotions in us.

Up until the 25th January, Camberwell Space at the Camberwell College of Arts is opening its doors to a world of indifference, in the hope to ignite reactions from its visitors. Welcome to I Don't Feel Like It: The Indifference Of Objects

Featuring artists such as Caroline Achaintre, Jacques-André Boiffard, Jess Flood-Paddock, Alex Heim, Hillary Koob-Sassen, and Karin Ruggaber, the exhibition displays objects such as car parts, clocks, and still life paintings to establish an outline of our lives, and how we are affected by arbitrary choices, misleading decisions, and mistakes.

Looking at these passionless objects might create a sense of loneliness, helplessness, or joy. They may suggest hygiene, love, intelligence. The exhibition explores the thin line between the subjective and the objective.
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Why? See if you can be inspired by the inanimate
When: Until 25th Jan
Where: Camberwell Space
Cost: Free
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