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 “The possibility of movement in art was one of the legacies of the 20th century, and just how expressive it can be is shown in three fine exhibitions this week. ...The third show is by Tatjana Stefanovic at Whitespace in Crummer Rd until July 31. It is mostly assemblages where found objects are linked with wrapped and knitted elements in a way often considered appropriate to feminist art. The element of wit also appears in this show, as when a dribble of white thread complete with drops gives point to Fata’s Milk. All these assemblages are appealing but movement makes Nomadic Wonders outstanding. A group of tall, red shepherds, crooks bound at the top, are adorned with bells. A hidden mechanism shakes them to produce a lilting sound across the meadows of the mind.” -T J McNamara-