A letter always/never arrives at its destination(text/object exhibition)

Ryszard Dabek, Johannes Klabbers

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Abstract

A meditation on the argument between Lacan and Derrida, the postal system and the arrival and non-arrival of letters. The title "A letter always/never arrives at its destination" was proposed to Ryszard Dabek, and agreed to by the artist. The text was exhibited on the plinth on which the monitor showing the video part of the installation stood and printed in the exhibition catalogue.
Original languageEnglish
TypeCreative text; exhibited as part of art work: 7 November 2008 - 30 January 2009
PublisherWagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery
Place of PublicationWagga Wagga, NSW, Australia
ISBN (Print)9781864672077
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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NameText/object : an exhibition of collaborative and inter-disciplinary works by staff of the School of Visual and Performing Arts, Charles Sturt University

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Dabek, R., & Klabbers, J. (2008). A letter always/never arrives at its destination(text/object exhibition). Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia: Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery.
Dabek, Ryszard ; Klabbers, Johannes. / A letter always/never arrives at its destination(text/object exhibition). 2008. Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia : Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery. (Text/object : an exhibition of collaborative and inter-disciplinary works by staff of the School of Visual and Performing Arts, Charles Sturt University).
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Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia : Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery. 2008, Creative text; exhibited as part of art work: 7 November 2008 - 30 January 2009. (Text/object : an exhibition of collaborative and inter-disciplinary works by staff of the School of Visual and Performing Arts, Charles Sturt University).

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