When objects from the past sit uneasily with contemporary values, governments and individuals are faced with a choice—protect said artefacts for future generations or remove them from public display. Either option comes with a myriad of political, social and ethical implications. Object of Doubt seeks to engage in these debates, presenting new and existing works by artists whose practices interrogate the ownership, presentation and destruction of artworks and cultural heritage. It highlights the longevity of ideology versus the longevity of material, as well as the potential to transform history through transforming the objects that record it. 

Services: exhibition design and identity including printed and digital marketing materials

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