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Sat 5 Jul 2008–Sun 19 Oct 2008, 10:00am–5:00pm

Where: Dunedin Public Art Gallery, 30 The Octagon, Dunedin

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Listed by: James McGlinn

Small talk is an exhibition of work inspired by Colin McCahon's iconic painting 'I Am' (1954).

Starting from 'I Am', It is hoped that the McCahon work will operate both as a provocation for the other works in this exhibition and point of departure in terms of chatter that echoes throughout the gallery space.

The artists that are located in relation to 'I Am' occupy a broad range of positions and their work tends to use richly layered text: from Ronnie van Hout's sardonic proclamations to John Reynolds verbose signage system and Peter Robinson's twisted sales jargon. This cacophony of voices will provide not only a point of reference in terms of the issues being discussed in contemporary art but also an important feeder back into McCahon's I Am.