Feather Explosion

Dwell II, 2011 <span class=bodytxt>Photo: Tessa Angus </span> (<a href=index.php?pid=40&nid=2&sid=2011&work_id=63>More information</a>)

Kate MccGwire ’s statement
I gather, collate, re-use, layer, peel, burn, reveal, locate,
question, duplicate, play and photograph
Kate MccGwire’s practice probes the beauty inherent in duality, exploring the play of opposites – at an aesthetic, intellectual and visceral level – that characterises the way we conceive the world. She does this by appealing to our essential duality as human beings, to our senses and our reason, and by drawing on materials capable of embodying a dichotomous way of seeing, feeling and thinking. The finished work has a consistent ‘otherness’ to it that places it beyond our experience of the world, poised on a threshold between the parameters that define everyday reality.

Hoax, 2011 <span class=bodytxt>Photo: Tessa Angus </span> (<a href=index.php?pid=40&nid=2&sid=2011&work_id=64>More information</a>)

Sepal series (II-IV), 2011 <span class=bodytxt>Photo: Tessa Angus </span> (<a href=index.php?pid=40&nid=2&sid=2011&work_id=65>More information</a>)

Quell, 2011 <span class=bodytxt>Photo: Tessa Angus courtesy of All Visual Arts </span> (<a href=index.php?pid=40&nid=2&sid=2011&work_id=68>More information</a>)

Corvid, 2011 <span class=bodytxt>Photo: Tessa Angus </span> (<a href=index.php?pid=40&nid=2&sid=2011&work_id=62>More information</a>)

Seer, 2011 <span class=bodytxt>Photo: Tessa Angus courtesy of All Visual Arts </span> (<a href=index.php?pid=40&nid=2&sid=2011&work_id=70>More information</a>)


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