Monday, March 15, 2010

Kill Pixie at Edwina Corlette Gallery , Brisbane.

Like archaeology in reverse, Kill Pixie's work excavates the future, searching for what is to come. Inextricably embedded in their geometrically structured environments, Kill Pixie’s humanoid characters and anthropomorphic machines are like puppets or dolls - compelled to enact roles prescribed by powers beyond their control.

However, in these meticulously crafted art objects - worked on paper in ink, acrylics, and water colours with resin, and mounted on wooden panels or handmade boxes - one senses the presence of the indomitable spirits of creativity, humour and resistance, and the power of adaptation.

Opening on the 22 Mar – 10 Apr 2010

Located on Brunswick Street in New Farm in the heart of Brisbane's thriving gallery precinct, with spaces designed by Ark Atelier, the gallery represents artists from across a broad range of media, including painting, photography, sculpture, installation and digital arts.

For more information and to view the collection of artworks visit:
Edwina Corlette Gallery.

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