Monthly Archives: February 2012
The First Act, 2011. Digital print. Kiki Hunwick continues her ongoing investigation into the essence of light. Across multiple filmed projections sessions, she captures the process of light degrading to create a dynamic composite image from nine layered projection stills.
The Original Copy, 2011. Silicone, resin, acrylic paint, plaster, digital photograph. Lauren Ravi’s recent work has explored ancient vs modern methods of construction by using bricks as a starting point – mud, limestone, hand hewn and engraved. This installation of … Continue reading
Baptism, 2011. Digital print. Continuing her fascination with representations of decorative beauty in a contemporary context, Tash Gray created this striking tableau in the creek in her backyard. Inspired by the sumptuous decorative aesthetic of Pre-Raphaelite painter Waterhouse, the work … Continue reading
Skullaleuca, 2011. Acrylic, digital print. The swampy Australian paperbark native, the Melaleuca, is given an alarming edge when captured in Fudge’s inimitable, highly detailed style. Surrounded by ghoulish butterflies, it was laboriously hand drawn before being coloured digitally. The tree … Continue reading