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- intrinsic elements
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When: Friday 9 May 2008, 6pm - 8pm
Where: Wagga Wagga Art Gallery
Exhibition dates: 18 April – 27 July 2008
Recent works by Charles Butcher and Brian Corr, two contemporary artists working in glass, are currently on display in the National Art Glass Gallery. The exhibition, intrinsic elements explores the interplay and juxtaposition of elements such as volume and void, and light and shadow, to create an exhibition of great elegance and sophistication.
Intrinsic elements image installations shot with the artists
Charles Butcher and Brian Corr
Charles Butcher set himself the challenge of using primary geometric shapes as forms to express his ideas. He also explores the boundaries and technical constraints inherent in making large-scale cast glass works. His minimal, abstract forms express the contrasting qualities of simplicity, strength and luminosity.
The extraordinary installation Flow (2008) by Brian Corr floats across the vast expanse of the National Art Glass Gallery window. In essence, the work is a visual metaphor for breathing and depicts the cycle of breath. This sublimely minimalist installation, as well as some smaller pieces, evoke an overall sense of quietude and meditation.
intrinsic elements will be officially launched on Friday, 9 May at 6:00pm by Margot Osborne, independent curator and writer.
Exhibition walkthrough with Margot Osborne: Saturday 10 May, 11.00am
For more information please contact Cath Bowdler on 6926 9660 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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