Text Narrative Installation – By Matthew Scarlett

6 04 2009

This is my latest project, a text narrative project. This originates from my “No admittance” rant that I did last year after experiences some very over zealous gallery curators in 2007. I’ll go into a bit more detail later, but for now enjoy.

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3 05 2009
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3 05 2009
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I WANT ONE!

That’s creepy and really COOL looking. I want that hanging from the front door on Halloween!

How much for a replica?

3 05 2009
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[…] Matthew Scarlett, one of her school mates wrote about some of her other performance and visual work as well. In his blog, he shows some of his own intricate papercraft. […]

5 04 2010
Alyson B. Stanfield

Matthew, this is great. I love it! The criticism of museum “RULES” is spot on–says this former curator and educator. I look forward to reading more about this piece.

11 04 2010
matthew1973

The rebuke from them was … over zealous.

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