MAY SPACE

Works on Paper

15 November to 10 December

Brenda May Gallery

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Lost, both literally and metaphorically, my first trip to Paris resulted in an emotional and intuitive response to an ageing beauty. The magic of strolling down the streets, discovering exceptional museums and dreaming in numerous parks, has inspired my drawings. -Andrew Best, 2004

These prints are from a series developed out of the experience of living for three months in Sri Lanka at the beginning of 2004. The pattern of the three months was marked by three full moon 'poya' days. Many mornings I awoke to the sound of chanting from the village temple. In a state of half wakefulness I sensed the possibilities in different modes of detachment and dislocation. - Patsy Payne, 2005

My work investigates the visual patterns and codes with which we represent and "construct" the natural world. I am particularly interested in how the versions of nature produced and reproduced via printed materials - from the conventions and codes of scientific illustrations and prints, to the printed media of popular culture - have mediated and controlled our understandings of the natural world. - Al Munro, 2005



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MAY SPACE

(Formerly Brenda May Gallery)
409b George Street Waterloo NSW Australia 2017 t: (0)2 9318 1122   e: info@mayspace.com.au
Hours: Tue to Sat 10-5 (Closed Sun/Mon, Public Holidays, Easter long weekend and mid December to late January)

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