In the building’s non-gallery space, outside Gallery 2, Lisa Reihana’s sound installation Colour of Sin: Headcase Version (2005) takes its place amongst the normal bustle of the bar. 1970’s hair dryers have been converted to relay an intimate dialogue, exploring internal passions against the banality of external life: the details become increasingly fractured, while the compelling and provocative story probes conventional perceptions of gender, sexuality and identity.
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