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The Crucible

First presented at the Bag Factory, and then Newtown’s Mary Fitzgerald Square Alex Dodd writes of The Crucible in the Art Times: “The viewer must crouch down and enter through razor wire portals into the smoke- lled interior surrounded by a crucible of projected ames blazing around a small altar on which lies a South African ID book. It’s the closest I’ve come to experiencing what it must have felt like to be a victim of one of the violent attacks on foreigners. Better than reading so many life-sapping newspaper reports… ”