I’ve just returned from a few days break in Sydney.
I felt desperately in need of some visual and sensory stimulation (must be all those orange road cones in Christchurch getting on top of me!) and I wasn’t disappointed.
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But perhaps the highlight of the trip for me was the ‘You Imagine What You Desire’ exhibition at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art and specifically Roni Horn’s Liquid Incidents installation; nine glass sculptures scattered on a concrete floor,
each one creating the illusion of an endless,
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It was almost impossible not to touch the surfaces of the pale blue and grey coloured glass castings which were utterly mesmerising.
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This floral image has been on my mind ever since I picked up the LOG20 booklet last week at my favourite city cafe C1 Espresso.
Rachel will be showing a couple of her artworks in the Harbour Arts Collective’s opening exhibition at pop-up gallery Tin Palace in Lyttelton. Nike Air Max 1 Femme ‘Transit of Dreams’ is a group exhibition and will feature works that respond to the theme of dreams, Maglie Oklahoma City Thunder fantasy, Asics Pas Cher Site Officiel illustion or imagined reality.
Rachel’s works are ‘Atavistic Memory’ and ‘We Are All Creatures’.
The exhibition preview will be at 5.30 – 8.00 pm on Wednesday 28 August at The Tin Palace, scarpe nike air max 13A Oxford Street,