The linear and geometric forms of Lyndal Hargrave's wall-mounted sculptures are constructed with found elements, objects of the everyday. The familiarity of the material invites the viewer into the work to consider, investigate and to reinvestigate through repetition.
The structured lines hum with movement as the eye travels along the interwoven contours of the sculpture. A dichotomy is established through the contrast of the rigid form and the soft, emotive qualities of colour. The white of the sculpture's surface, coupled with the blank palette of the wall, provides a platform for the study of the reflected light and colour.