Goulburn Regional Art Gallery


Walking at Weereewa - Practice Led Research in Progress

24 August - 15 September 2012

Walking at Weereewa Practice led research in process – Space 2

An exhibition of 2D and 3D works on paper by candidate for a Master of Philosophy at ANU, Lynne Flemons.
Mapping the ephemeral landscape of Weereewa/Lake George through traces and fragments, means walking on its surface and engaging with conversations about the land and land use practices.  Layers of meaning are brought to this place by different cultural practices and through geological changes that have created the present form of the lake.
The transformation of elements and fragments found on the lake bed are recorded in the process of looking from far to near, from looking to the horizon, to looking down; a spatial recording of my experience of walking at Weereewa.

Opening Saturday 25 September at 2pm by Elizabeth Charles
Floor Talk by Lynne Flemons Thursday 30th August at 12.30pm

Lynne Flemons Walking at Weereewa (detail) 2012, Watercolour paper cut-out



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