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Full of sound and fury signifying nothing

Richard Meier's perfectly composed models seemed to draw up their skirts in horror as chaos reigned around them at the Louise T Blouin Institute in west London last week.

The occasion was an evening 'happening' curated by Matthew Lee Knowles, entitled 'the nothing and the nothingness'. What was extraordinary, in the seething mass of events disturbing the usual considered calm of the institute, was just how busy and loud 'nothing' can be.

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