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Geoffrey Schmidt, MANdala – Gallery 2
MANdala is an establishment of a sacred space, a focusing of attention, a symbol of the universe and a meditative representation of higher thought. This work is an embracing and balancing of the male body with the acceptance of self and identity. The blending of the body, mind, environment and established systems. The Mandala works as an equalizing and quieting tool to establish a resting point. The images are a centered and symmetrical balancing of the human condition, personalized psychology and systems of existence.
John Pagnozzi, scattered massive – Long Wall
scattered massive presents a collection of work that is about the practice of drawing. Grounded in everyday or found material, crayon, house paint, spray paint, sand, textile; the work approaches drawing as a process of spontaneous object making. It is influenced by ambiguity, mood and poetry.
Jack Wilkie-Jans, Waanji Away – Foyer Wall
Growing up in Weipa, on the Western Cape of Cape York Peninsula, remain some of the most wonderful years of my life—close to family and growing up with my siblings, cousins and friends with so much freedom. I consider myself enriched by this time and by the fact these years, those places and [most of] those people are still very much part of my life today. But, there were times when the freedoms I enjoyed, were not afforded to my Old People.
Images courtesy of the artists’. Left to right: Geoffrey Schmidt, John Pagnozzi, Jack Wilkie-Jans.