• Location: New South Wales Gallerie, Sydney
  • Date: 2000

Aimé Ntakiyica from Burundi makes elegant installations using waste materials. His work alters spaces or creates new ways of seeing old spaces. They are essentially site specific.

In this exhibition he will create a corridor to divide the space based on the existing architecture. Screens made from four kilometers of old videotape will define this corridor.

The audience will be invited to push through this screen to enter a narrow space which will for a moment be isolated from the museum it may be an odd sensation like Alice passing through the mirror only to reemerge into the gallery surrounded by the sights and sounds of the other artists.