Next date: Tuesday, 11 May 2021 | 09:00 AM
to 08:30 PM
Considering state change and metamorphosis, the works in this exhibition embody chaos theory and compost through painting, video, poetry and sound. In dark reflexive paintings, Penelope Aitken uses ink brewed from plants to reflect on the nature of nature.
Video artist Jutta Pryor offers an interpretation of the divergence of natural and fabricated systems.
Loft 275 @ Ivanhoe Library & Cultural Hub, 275 Upper Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe 3095 View Map
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Penelope Aitken and Jutta Pryor (with Marc Zegans and Evgeny Pustota)
Image credit: The fizz and the pop (2020), by Penelope Aitken
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