Anie Nheu: Forms on Edge

AirSpace Projects: Gallery One

Forms on Edge aims to engage the viewers to form their own narratives through the wonder of visualised emotions in an enclosed space.

Art Exhibition previously on at AirSpace Projects in New South Wales, Australia.
From Friday 05 August 2016 to Saturday 20 August 2016
Launch Friday 05 August 2016, 6-8pm

Double Edged image

Published by AirSpace Projects on Monday 01 August 2016.
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One idea that sustains Anie Nheu’s visual exploration is the relationship the body forms to the space it inhabits. ‘Relationship’ encapsulates the experiences of a body in a myriad of affect and effects, both tangible and intangible. The background narrative is told through a female body of a perpetual migrant who was born into a predominately patriarchal culture. Resettlement and adaptation brought changes in traditionally assigned roles. Negotiations for place and roles in new communities and at a micro level within the family were acutely felt. These ideas form the basis of the visual framework for the exhibition.

One idea that sustains Anie Nheu’s visual exploration is the relationship the body forms to the space it inhabits. ‘Relationship’ encapsulates the experiences of a body in a myriad of affect and effects, both tangible and intangible. The background narrative is told through a female body of a perpetual migrant who was born into a predominately patriarchal culture. Resettlement and adaptation brought changes in traditionally assigned roles. Negotiations for place and roles in new communities and at a micro level within the family were acutely felt. These ideas form the basis of the visual framework for the exhibition.