27 July – 31 August 2012
Spatial Drawing investigates contemporary approaches to drawing and features three emerging Western Australian artists, Benjamin Forster, Tom Freeman and Clare Peake. Drawing underpins diverse and complex approaches to art making for each of these multi-disciplinary artists, whose practices also comprise of sculpture, video and installation. In Spatial Drawing each artist explores drawing further through the creation of physical formations and sculptural works that discuss notions of how we engage with space.
Benjamin Forster explores a multitude of systems and concepts concerning space and perception to produce a series of drawings and large sculptural works that encourage viewers to reflect upon these ideas. Artist Tom Freeman continues to study English cathedrals that focus his interest in familial nostalgia and connection to place, whilst Clare Peake’s work examines materials and ideas in flux to create a series of drawings and glass sculptures.
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