‘The Space Between Us’: Lost in the layers of perception

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‘The Space Between Us’: Lost in the layers of perception

Caitlin Warther and Wendy Dixon’s site-specific installations play seriously with light and colour

MJ Swart

Caitlin Warther and Wendy Dixon collaborate on site-specific installations, sculptures, films and photography.

“We are united through our intellectual curiosities, and have been asking the same questions, from different angles, before tackling them together,” they say. This includes the big questions, such as how an artwork can renew experiences of human connection.

As a duo, Warther Dixon’s work offers viewers an opportunity to gaze within, to reflect on their perceptions of time, identity and spirit. Their new work, The Space Between Us, is inspired by the question: what determines the quality of the relational space between two things, beings or ideas?..

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