“Tiny Silences” is a multidisciplinary exploration of memory through abstraction. It explores the role the weather and environment play in our memory and emotion, to recreate a sense of longing, romanticised by the past.
Embracing the unpredictable behaviours of unconventional mediums, it links the wild, untamable natural environment into a visual poetry. The inconsistency of the mediums are subtly controlled, while sculptural elements create 3D paintings. These elements and textures represent the ambiguous layers of our sub conscience and add depth to the more traditional painting technique, suggesting that all memories are in fact abstract in themselves.
Tiny Silences, SAWTOOTH ARI, Launceston, 2017.