he exhibition considers the relationship between mind, body and soul through a selection of paintings, photography, videos, sculpture and installations that are designed to inspire compassion and commemoration. The four thematically distinct sections —’Objects and Absences,’ ‘Violence, Empathy, and Erasure’, ‘Sublimation’, and ‘The Mind-Body Problem”=’— each offer a particularly compelling lens through which to view contemporary works of art.
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