The Real Thing
Murray Art Museum, Albury
Opening 27 July
“Growing up every kitchen I knew was covered in Laminex. Its tactile quality can be seductive…” However “Laminex as a material is suggestive of artifice… It is applied to surfaces to suggest something it is not”.
The Real Thing consists of three groupings of work: A series of still lifes depicting arranged flowers in states of decay; A second group of works depicting bottles and packaging; and a third group with a single home interior, repeated in a variety of palettes.
The three groupings offer different interpretations of still life, creating a picture of everyday suburban life that while familiar, is reduced to artificiality.
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