Doors of Perception looks beyond the everyday | Review by John Daly-Peoples

The “Doors of Perception” exhibition at Visions is related to the ideas of psychogeography which the Marxist theorist Guy Debord used to describe playful and inventive ways of navigating the urban environment in order to examine its architecture and spaces. Such an approach also asks why we respond to particular environments and situations and how our perceptions are determined by personal, political and social influences.


Read the full review New Zealand Arts Reviews.

1 Jul 2021