Megan Walch: Verge

This body of paintings on paper developed from a working process in which I wanted to distance myself from mannered mark making. I decided to work from photographs of patterns in my immediate natural environment. These images were random arrangements made from a multiple motif: a repetition of an individual unit where each is slightly different and unique.

Art Exhibition previously on at Nellie Castan Gallery in Australia.
From Saturday 06 March 2010 to Saturday 27 March 2010
Launch Saturday 06 March 2010, 2pm - 4pm

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Published by anonymous on Tuesday 23 February 2010.
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This is a visual model for ‘the many’. These bodiless networks are an analogy for lines of communication and interaction which are becoming repeatedly more abstracted and encoded by technology. We are both more interconnected and isolated than ever before. A section of lawn or nature-strip is domestic and banal, verge refers to being on the brink of events that involve us all regardless of race, gender or socio-economic group – it is no longer about the isolated individual and ‘the revolution’ begins at home.