In Whichever way is fine, Camila Galaz explores the premise that aesthetic and painterly space may be used to express states of anxiety experienced by an individual in both the public and private domain. Whichever way is fine incorporates static and moving elements and a restrained use of colour mimetic of government building interiors.

Art Exhibition previously on at Mailbox Art Space in Flinders Lane precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Tuesday 07 August 2012 to Friday 07 September 2012

Whichever way is fine image

Published by anonymous on Monday 30 July 2012.
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Camila Galaz is a visual artist working in Melbourne, Australia. Her work explores the reflexivity of anxiety between individuals and the spaces they inhabit through drawing, sculpture and installation. In 2011 she presented two solo exhibitions, An Ideal Half, at Hand Held Gallery and that’s not really an option, at RMIT Artspaces, both in Melbourne. She is currently studying Fine Art (Honours) at RMIT University.