by Wendy Beatty
This body of work aims to address and reconfigure critical discourse relating to representational figuring of landscape. It moves towards revealing and communicating an experimental, visual and effective response to place, building upon and incorporating the artist’s own sense of bodily engagement with the Tasmanian wilderness, and the proposition of an imagined landscape that emerges through a multi-sensory, process-driven creativity.
Wendy Beatty is a Melbourne-based visual artist whose recent photographic works explore themes of place, duration and an ecological response to the landscape. Her photographic work embraces conceptual strategies and tactile responses to the materiality of the medium, using multiple post-processing darkroom techniques that respond to the layering of self, place and medium.
Wendy Beatty, Untitled # 12.1, Landscape Series, 2016, gelatin silver print, 100 x 151cm
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- June 26, 2017 - September 18, 2017
8:00 am - 5:00 pm