catfish blues

Francis Kenna

30 Apr 2015 to 10 May 2015

catfish blues presents an exhibition of colour, reflections and blurred surfaces. The exhibition space is transformed into a laboratory for perceptual experiments with light as an analogue for understanding waves and vibrations. The idea of waves begins to question the static understanding of space. The works draw on the dual nature of light as both an object and non-object to investigate the nature spatial perception and colour.

Acknowledgement

Francis Kenna is a candidate for PhD, Graduate Studies in Visual Arts at the Australian National University School of Art, supported by an Australian Postgraduate Award.

flame (2014) tungsten lamp, flouresecent light, filters, dimensions variable

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