SHIRLEY PLOOG - RESILIENCE

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"there is no beauty without some strangeness” Edgar Allan Poe Shirley Ploog’s current body of work is a response to what she witnessed at Mt Zero, Victoria in 2014. It references this environment and the nature within it. Ploog has created organic floating worlds showcasing elements of Australian flora.

Art Exhibition previously on at red gallery in Fitzroy-Collingwood precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Wednesday 01 July 2015 to Saturday 18 July 2015
Launch Wednesday 01 July 2015, 6-8pm

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Published by red gallery on Saturday 20 June 2015.
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Having witnessed the impact of bushfires on our environment whilst at Mt Zero Ploog found the aftermath of this disaster both devastating as well as inspiring. It raised many questions around the vulnerability, fragility and strength of our beautiful land. This experience provided inspiration and wonderment of nature’s resilience along with some questions regarding our impact on both natural and man made disasters within our environment.

Through the dynamics of positive and negative space and the moving between the real and surreal Ploog’s works create a sense of mystery, loneliness, stillness and desolation as well as a sense of hope through germination and regeneration.

Location

red gallery
157 St Georges Rd
Fitzroy North
3068

Wednesday – Saturday 11-5