Imagined Provenance: The Cabinet of Richard J. Pennington
November 23 - December 1, 2013
Imagined Provenance: The Cabinet of Richard J. Pennington calls into question the construction of value in the art world by presenting a collection of found objects accompanied by a catalogue of provenance narratives. The interactive catalogue is accessed online by QR codes; in this way viewers are able to lead self-guided tours of the collection or explore the collection’s catalogue using the equipment provided.
Ned Bartlett is an artist and educator from Baltimore, Maryland currently studying in the MFA Visual Arts program at the University of Regina.