Jacky Redgate - the logic of vision

This exhibition of works by Jacky Redgate from the Gallery’s collection surveys the artist’s creative trajectory from the 1980s until now. Suspended in tense moments of imprecision, Redgate’s body of work asks the viewer to question what things are and what they can be. In her hands, photographs appear as objects, objects look like sculptures, and sculptures are rendered invisible.

Art Exhibition previously on at Art Gallery of New South Wales in New South Wales, Australia.
From Saturday 02 June 2012 to Sunday 09 September 2012

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Published by Art Gallery of New South Wales on Sunday 20 May 2012.
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Reflecting on the traditions of modernity in particular, Redgate enquires into the technological, scientific, philosophical and aesthetic ideas that we have inherited. While pulling these apart, she also demonstrates that there is a positive, poetic value in such deconstruction, as can be seen in her seductively mysterious photograph Light throw (mirrors) #1 2009.