This exhibition showed at the Koru on Devon gallery during July 2018.
Philosophy of the Found
Assemblages by Dale Copeland of New Zealand
Overseas friends said they wished they could see it. So here it is, more or less.
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Dale Copeland lives at Puniho, in Taranaki, New Zealand
The Orphan Reflections in a Museum Case Oppression
Changing Times Free Will? Yes.
Freedom of choice? No.
Fragment of Reality Venus at the Waterhole IWD Legacy
In the Psych Ward
Democracy is coming
Self Portrait 5, 40, 72 Self Portrait as a Fool Counting Down
Copper Leaves Going down beautifully Staircase for the Watchmaker
To be content, in spite of everything
Public Persona The inadequacy of emoticons,
the shallowness of chat
The One True Prophecy Lay down your weapons,
your tools and your playthings.
History is as who says?
Learning to fly C'est Moi Women Behind Bars
Beware the Sentry (and detail)
Under the Skin Sweet Sentiment
Generation Me Diagnosis Clementine
When Gabriel Blows His Horn (closed & open)
No Escape Class of 2012 See Nothing
The Balance of Trade Animal, Vegetable, Mineral
Sisters take up arms On Hold
Be good and hope for the best Hide, Seek & Slaughter
New player in the old game Gypsy gold
More of her work can be seen on her site at dalecopeland.co.nz
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