My work explores the perceptions and relationships between objects, spaces and places. In Perigee, reflections move through the skin of the glass and draw the surrounding space and the viewer into the body of the work. By "seeing ourselves seeing", the viewer's physical engagement as well as their psychological and political interplay is experienced in the convex surface. I am interested in the idea of creating a pause or a clearing of space so that we may re-experience where we are.
65 x 31 x 19 cm
Special Commendation Award; Finalist
Judges of the 2006 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize: Anthony Bond (Director Curatorial and Head Curator International at Art Gallery of NSW), Felicity Fenner (Curator at Ivan Doherty Gallery, NSW College of Fine Arts) and Professor Anne Graham (Chair of Fine Art at School of Fine Art, Drama and Music, University of Newcastle).
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