About the artwork:
My rules-based, abstract art practice has four tenents. Time, Colour, Material and Shape. Cessnock Underworld focuses on Postcolonial Australia’s intersections of ownership, use and rights of geographies, highlighting the borders, boundaries and barriers that separate locations in nature.
Cessnock Underworld explores the dichotomy between reverence of the land, above and below the horizon, versus its commodification and the ephemeral character of sovereignty.
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90cm x 120cm
aluminium, bitumen and oil on wood
About the artist:
Im a Fine Art PhD candidate at my alma mater, the University of Newcastle.