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You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet

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Do you ever tire of all those opinions? Of black versus white, of this and that. With the rise of social media, we seem to be overrun with opinions. In a world of abundance, we lose ourselves. What is true and what is false, who is right and who is just babbling on? Even the traditional media are going under. The battleground has shifted from reality to perception. To be is to be perceived.

We also see a shift from content to form. That way, society has seamlessly moved to art’s specialist field. For centuries, artists have wondered how they can link content to form, how they determine the content by manipulating the form, direct and change. Artists make us stop, look and question things. They make us aware of our viewing patterns, tell us that all beauty lies in the eye of the beholder.

We would like to dwell on the different ways of perceiving the world and things for three months. What do you really see, what does a medium do with our perception, who or what colours that perception? These are just some questions that will take us through the programme You Ain’t Seen Nothin' Yet.