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Installation view of Kaijern Koo, glistening windows theory, Daine Singer, 2020. Courtesy of Daine Singer. Photo: Tim Gresham

Kaijern Koo, glistening windows theory
  • Amy May Stuart


21 Nov 2020
Daine Singer Project Space 4 Nov - 5 Dec 2020

glistening windows theory (2020) is the first solo exhibition by recent Victorian College of the Arts graduate Kaijern Koo, presented at Daine Singer gallery’s new project space in Fitzroy. Sympathetic magic, as well as the “broken windows theory”, are mentioned by the gallery as reference points for Koo’s development of the work, and in keeping with the theme of nineteenth and twentieth century sociological theories, I have to add “conspicuous consumption” to the mix.

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