Image:  Rosalind Lemoh, Certified Empty, 2021, (detail), Perspex, decommissioned ammunition boxes, 81cm x 120cm x 25 cm. Photograph: Damien Geary.

Gallery 2: Rosalind Lemoh

18 mar. — 30 apr. 2022

 

Gundaroo-based artist, Rosalind Lemoh, embraces a variety of techniques in her work including casting, assemblage, light and text. Lemoh’s practice involves making detailed silicone rubber moulds to replicate found objects in concrete, bronze and aluminium. The cast objects mimic details like wear and decay.

Lemoh’s work is informed by a range of influences including Arte de Povera, concrete poetry, natural history collections and memorials. Through her practice, the artist actively explores her identity as a female artist of colour working within an Australian context. The works in this exhibition seek to translate internal psychological spaces into sculptural forms.

 

Image:  Rosalind Lemoh, Certified Empty, 2021, (detail), Perspex, decommissioned ammunition boxes, 81cm x 120cm x 25 cm. Photograph: Damien Geary.

Gallery 2: Rosalind Lemoh

18 mar. — 30 apr. 2022

 

Gundaroo-based artist, Rosalind Lemoh, embraces a variety of techniques in her work including casting, assemblage, light and text. Lemoh’s practice involves making detailed silicone rubber moulds to replicate found objects in concrete, bronze and aluminium. The cast objects mimic details like wear and decay.

Lemoh’s work is informed by a range of influences including Arte de Povera, concrete poetry, natural history collections and memorials. Through her practice, the artist actively explores her identity as a female artist of colour working within an Australian context. The works in this exhibition seek to translate internal psychological spaces into sculptural forms.