Pi Artworks announces the first exhibition of its summer programme. An Avalanche of Subtlety presents a discussion with thirty-two boxes, each containing objects meticulously ordered by an unknown collector, that have been repossessed by the artists to create a new history. A box is a space like a house: it has a floor (the base), four walls, and a ceiling (the lid). In similar ways, a box protects and keeps something safe, hiding what is inside from light, from warmth, from cold – from sight. Like a house, or a room, a box can be opened or closed: revealing or concealing its contents. The content can be something or it can be nothing; whether this space is empty or full, it can tell a story. The story could be about the nature of the space or the content, or about the meaning – old or new. Whether the content is or isn’t there, it won’t affect its container: a box is still a box with or without

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