2 – 4 July 2015
ADspace, UNSW | Art & Design, Sydney
1- channel HD Video (projection) on paper, 1- channel HD Video (projection) on acrylic paint on plywood, Gymea Lily leaf (wall drawing), Paper daisy petals, acrylic paint on glass, stoneware, porcelain, acrylic paint on cardboard
Overall dimensions: 5 x 7 x 3 m
The paradoxical nature of time is explored within this installation work through the juxtaposition of sculptural forms, paintings, ceramics, moving image and living plants. Each area of exploration imagines a distinct conceptualisation of time in static, fluctuating and temporal form. The exhibition is the culmination of Masters research and displays a selection of works created over the two-year program, an overlap between past and present developments. Through the work the nature of time is interpreted as being inherently flexible and able to drift between various states of stillness and movement.