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CHARLES SANDISON: IMMERSING YOU IN THE ORIGINS OF HENNESSY

THE LABYRINTH OF LANGUAGE

Charles Sandison, born in 1969, is an English-born Scottish visual artist who lives and works in Tampere, Finland. He transports viewers into the fascinating world of the labyrinthine complications of language. His words and symbols dance, float, meet and mingle across darkened gallery walls, indeed across the whole structures of exhibition spaces. Sometimes aggressive, hasty and then slow and peaceful again, it seems as if he makes words acquire a life and logic of their own. In the middle of the kaleidoscopic swarms of words we feel as though we have landed in the mouth of thought itself, in which words become the protagonists of stories about the origin of being.

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For “A Tale of Two Families”, Sandison has created a seemingly endless tunnel which he uses to explore the Hennessy DNA. Inspired by the Maison’s manuscripts, correspondence and archives, it symbolizes a multi-generational story of an ongoing quest. “Infinitas” draws us into an endlessly moving flow of history, immersed and suspended by a play of mirrors between two worlds and the life’s work of two families. As Sandison says, “Only digital offers the possibility to materialize the invisible, closely melding the past and present to place the visitor at the center of living history. This gives us the feeling that we are communicating with the voices of the 18th and 19th century.”
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