Architecture of Perception

Charné Greyling, Lucy Thurston & Bronte Cormican-Jones
   
December
   
10
 -  
December
   
21
"In this exhibition, they Investigate the frameworks through which we see and understand the world - the shifting dialogues between physical infrastructures and our internal structures of perception."

INFORMATION

Architecture of Perception presents works by three emerging Sydney artists. In this exhibition, they Investigate the frameworks through which we see and understand the world - the shifting dialogues between physical infrastructures and our internal structures of perception. Through painted and sculptural works, Charné Greyling, Lucy Thurston and BronteCormican-Jones ask how we construct, develop, renovate or demolish the architectures of the mind to form our changing realities.

Architecture of Perception presents works by three emerging Sydney artists. In this exhibition, they Investigate the frameworks through which we see and understand the world - the shifting dialogues between physical infrastructures and our internal structures of perception. Through painted and sculptural works, Charné Greyling, Lucy Thurston and BronteCormican-Jones ask how we construct, develop, renovate or demolish the architectures of the mind to form our changing realities.

FEATURED WORKS

Bronte Cormican-Jones, Focus, 2020, Glass Sculpture, 20 x 25 cm
Bronte Cormican-Jones, Focus (Detail), 2020, Glass Sculpture, 20 x 25 cm
Lucy Thurston, Framed Thoughts, 2020, Painting, 150 x 250 cm
Lucy Thurston, Framed Thoughts (Detail), 2020, Painting, 150 x 250 cm
Charné Greyling, Cognition, 2020, Painting, 100 x 100 cm
Charné Greyling, Cognition (Detail), 2020, Painting, 100 x 100 cm

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