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Roma Pas, Gijs Muller,

Project 28 May 2004-23 Jul 2004

'Snowscape' is an installation in Casco or actually with Casco. The entire space including the office will be wrapped in white canvas for two months: a snowscape with pictures of an abandoned space after a fashion show. Roma Pas (1973) uses this after image to create a ‘zero setting’: a temporary lull in images in answer to the overwhelming presence of images and image-related meanings in contemporary society.  
From 10 June onwards, 'Snowscape' functions as the venue for lectures, a film screening and a performance, which take the first tentative steps into this ‘image-charge free zone’ as it were. This programme reconsiders the subject of (re)presentation and contemporary images.  
Roma Pas' work refers to fashion, without providing an image of models or clothing. The work 'Frontrow/Backrow' consists of photographs of a fashion show alternately taken from the front and then the back row. Only a glimpse of what the event is all about can be seen between the writing journalists, shoulders and silhouettes.  
'Snowscape' came about in cooperation with Teske Clijsen.


28 May 2004-23 Jul 2004

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