Thursday, June 28, 2007

MAKING AND BREAKING PATTERN - Carnegie Gallery, 16 Argyle St, Hobart - 28 June-5 August 2007

'Making & Breaking Pattern' was curated by Judith Duquemin as an extension of the 'Fabrication' show that she had curated at The Tin Sheds in Sydney.  This exhibition involved Elizabeth Day, Judith Duquemin, Shaun Morrow, Giles Ryder, Justin Trendall and myself.

From the invitation - 'Through a breaking of the convention of pattern-making the conceptual realm of the artists' intention is revealed.  Pattern becomes a vehicle for expressing variation as opposed to the more mechanical functions of pattern-making: repetition, symmetry, balance and rhythm.'




'Wooden Cubes Yellow', oil on MDF, 54cm x 55cm, 2007

foreground: 'Crocheted Cubes x 27', woolen & acrylic yarn, fabric, foam, 200cm x 200cm, 2006
middle: 'Crocheted Cube 2', woolen & acrylic yarn, fabric, foam, 47cm x 47cm x 47cm, 2006

'Crocheted Cube 2', woolen & acrylic yarn, fabric, foam, 47cm x 47cm x 47cm, 2006

'Square Painting Yellow & Red', oil on canvas (8 pieces), 200cm x 400cm, 2006/7

'Square Painting Yellow & Red', oil on canvas (8 pieces), 200cm x 400cm, 2006/7

All exhibition images courtesy of Judith Duquemin.


4 comments:

  1. It's lovely to have the chance to see these ...a visual feast. Thank you

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  2. Thanks Kate. Nice to see this again. Dr. Judith Duquemin

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    1. Thanks Judith, lovely to hear from you!

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