3-DAY.03 EYE COLLECTIVE

TRUDY MOORE, MELANIE JAYNE TAYLOR, STEPH WILSON

This project references built structures through painted representations of interior spaces, photographic recordings of constructed public spaces and three dimensional paper rubbings of furniture and architecture.

Art Exhibition previously on at Dear Patti Smith in Australia.
From Thursday 07 April 2011 to Saturday 09 April 2011
Launch Thursday 07 April 2011, 6-8pm

Constructing Absence image

Published by anonymous on Wednesday 30 March 2011.
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STEPH WILSON
Through painting modern interior spaces I aim to explore ideas relating to social psychology within public space, as well as pictorial conventions and artifice within painting. I am interested in the staged nature of the interiors and how they can imply human presence.

MELANIE JAYNE TAYLOR
By using imagery from my personal photographic archive in combination with installation strategies and titling, my work aims to develop a range of pictorial and spatial structures that are capable of generating contemplation on the transitory nature of the image, meaning, memory, loss and absence.

TRUDY MOORE
I use paper and charcoal to make three-dimensional rubbings of furniture and architecture. These works evoke a sense of absence and presence, while also dealing with ideas of artifice and illusion. The techniques I employ to manipulate the paper indicate an expenditure of physical energy, illustrating both force and support and creating a tension between resistance and collapse.