Sense of the unknowable divine (Printed & Unframed)
This diptych is a poetic enquiry into the fragility and impermanence of the human psyche and the beauty of being. There is a clear delineation between the artist’s imagery, the application of his own graphics and poetry, as well as found vintage ephemera. It creates a conversation exploring the perceived separation and duality of the seen and thought, the witness and the witnessing, and both esoteric and exoteric aesthetics.
The work can be viewed as a portal into the person photographed yet on another level, it also represents the artist. It invites interaction from the viewer to write their own narrative through personal experience—both trauma and triumph.
The portrait was made on the grounds of St Matthew's Anglican Church in Guildford, Western Australia.
This image was created with the consent of the subject featured in it.
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Please refer to printed Artist Statement located at Linton & Kay Galleries Caversham.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work, live and play, the Whadjuk people of Noongar Boodjar.
We recognise their continued connection to the land and waters of this beautiful place, and acknowledge that they never ceded sovereignty. We pay our respects to Elders and Ancestors, and all First Nations people.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that this exhibition (and any channels and platforms used to promote it) may contain images of deceased persons.