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Tony Bond, Spaciphic Object #1 – 13, 2018–2019, acrylic, aluminium, silicon, and acrylic. PGgallery192, 192 Bealey Avenue, Christchurch 8013 21 May-14 June 2019

 

 

 

 

You only need to look at the titles that Tony Bond has given to the objects in Punt, to know that this is an invitation to a unique encounter with a room full of visual conundrums. Collectively labeled as ‘Spaciphic’ objects (numbered 1 to 13), Bond’s pun on ‘specific,’ holds the promise of an actual reality, but it is one that the artist purposefully side-steps on delivering - the closer you get to resolving them, the more you are held at arm's length.  

 

 

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