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V&A Artefacts: Blurred Vision (2012)

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Published on Jul 24, 2012

"We have made something to show you, but we are not sure how much it is worth... so we are going to give you your money back"

Thus begins the latest work, made in just four days in residence at Yorkshire Dance Leeds, by V&A Artefacts (Charlotte Vincent and Liz Aggiss). Set to a repeated soundtrack of the Dance of the Knights by Sergei Prokofiev, Blurred Vision is an exploration of nothing. No thing. Nothing at all. Nada. Rien. Niente. Nicht.

A cocky, clever couple, concerned with comprehensible context, conceptual clarity and the simple execution of complex content, Blurred Vision finds Vincent and Aggiss exploring the void, searching for something - anything - that can shed light on the questions 'What on earth are we doing here?', 'Why are we doing this?', 'Would you pay good money to see this?' and, perhaps most importantly, 'when will it all end?'

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