Aug 13, 2021 5:30 pm
Walking the Precarious Edge: Rendering connective moments between people and place in and through paint.
Image credit: Anna Van Stralen, The Politics of Forgiveness, Acrylic on Canvas, 120x120 cm, 2020
‘Walking the Precarious Edge’ examines the evocative employment (Stroud 2007) of paint as a means for connecting viewers with experiences of shared human precarity. Through the practice of Witnessing (Alt 2017) and process of imaginative speculation (Grimshaw & Ravetz 2005) in and through paint, this investigation ascertains the ways painting can inquire and contribute to discourse about human relationships in and between place. This PhD investigates the utility of painting practice as means for rendering narratives in and through painterly edges. These are converged to reveal an articulated point of view made legible through ‘edgeness’.
Viewing only during the opening event:
Friday 13 August, 5:30 - 7:00 pm
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