DIFFIKUΛT spans both galleries and outdoor spaces, presenting Marcia’s impressive career; past, present and future. Renowned works from Farquhar’s extensive ‘repertoire’ from the 1980s to now will be reimagined, nestled alongside recent and new work created for the occasion.
Actions and performances will occur throughout the show, the artist will most certainly be present; appearing to show and tell as the tour guide of her own relics via spontaneous actions, situations, interruptions and habitations.
Works, votives and stories will populate the spaces, fakeloric tales will be released from the Farquive museum vitrines, effigies lifted on and off the shelf, activated by Marcia in conversation with the gallery visitor, creating uniquely personal interactions for the duration.
For full details and updates visit the Café Gallery Project's website.
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Marcia Farquhar with Benedict Drew, ‘A Portal’ (2018). Dog’s Bolex Production Photo by Benedict Drew. Image courtesy the artist
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