NEW FORMS | NATASHA DUSENJKO

FEATURING SOUND WORKS IN COLLABORATION WITH FELICITY WILCOX & JOHN ENCARNACAO

Art Exhibition previously on at Counihan Gallery In Brunswick in Victoria, Australia.
From Friday 17 October 2014 to Sunday 09 November 2014

Natasha Dusenjko, New Forms 001.1 2013. Inkjet print, pen and ink, 40 x 30 cm image Natasha Dusenjko, New Forms (debris) 2014. Mixed media, dimensions variable. Image courtesy the artist. image

Published by Counihan Gallery on Friday 03 October 2014.
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Renowned sculptor Constantin Brancusi referred to his own works as “My dodii”. The term originated from the ancient Greek oracle of Dodona and alludes to a cryptic and wordless communication. In an attempt to reveal the mysterious hieroglyphs and oracles born from the sculptor’s mallet, New Forms considers how language functions, and the potential for other types of communication. Using sonic distortion and photographic techniques, the artist considers the possibilities of an everchanging language and obscure modes of communication in a digital age.

Artist Talks: Saturday 25 October, 2.30 pm