White Work, King Street Gallery on William, Sydney, Australia 2008
White Work explores the scope and relationship of visual arts with systems usually associated with measurement. In this ambitious exhibition, large wave-like arcs writhe through the gallery. A misshapen orb, pyramid and cube sit precariously on high tables, suspended in space, defying natural order and logic. Delicate ink and pencil drawings map chaos. Paper, objects and architecture become one, meanings simultaneously appear, dissolve and reappear as systems of geometry concerned with questions on the relative positions of figures and properties of space are built and dismantled.
Media: plywood, plaster, pinewood tables.