Lezlie Tilley - 'camouflage'

Tiny pieces of river gravel are arranged according to the laws of chance on a formal grid, expressing a rhythmical pattern that carries a multiplicity of meaning for camouflage when covered by a layer of paint.

Art Benefit previously on at MAY SPACE in Waterloo precinct, New South Wales, Australia.
From Tuesday 07 July 2015 to Saturday 01 August 2015

Lezlie Tilley, '10,609 tiny stones arranged according to the laws of chance - blue/green' (detail), 2015 image Lezlie Tilley, '10,609 tiny stones arranged according to the laws of chance - yellow' 2015 image

Published by MAY SPACE on Monday 15 June 2015.
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525 Concealment

N. concealment camouflage confinement hiding covering up disguise deception masquerade anonymity incognito smoke screen hidden agenda evasion misinformation white lie subterfuge trickery suppression cover-up duplicity secrecy mystery clandestineness secretiveness conspiracy plot cipher code

Adj. concealed hush-hush covered hooded masked veiled smothered suppressed underground unintelligible obliterate stifle disguise obscure eclipsed stay in the shadows bamboozle cryptic unnamed covert arcane confidential lurking hugger-mugger evasive vague silent

Vb. conceal cover up paper over whitewash blot out bury muffle keep secret give nothing away not utter a syllable make no sign be discreet stay in the shadows bamboozle draw a veil over make no sign prowl lurk skulk conspire pussyfoot blindfold


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