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New Exhibition in Lost Horse Gallery

The exhibition “Responsive Existence” by Heidi Mullins, Kate Dambach and Will Schlough opens in the Lost Horse Gallery in Reykjavík on May 8. The gallery building on Skólastraeti 1 was originally constructed as a horse stable and barn.

“Our perceived world is a blur of interactions between societal and natural components determining the definition, functionality, and survival of each. This exhibition explores the varied relationships between man and nature, man and man, and nature and nature, resulting in a unique exploration of the environment in which we exist,” as described in a press release.

The “Responsive Existence” exhibition is sponsored by the US Embassy in Iceland and the Fulbright Commission.

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