Annette Iggulden: Breath and Stones

Annette Iggulden, Elegy Echo, 2008 6 pieces: Range from 120cm to 142cm x 30cm to 34cm Installation size variable, minimum 3 metres wall space Acrylic and ink on un-stretched canvas
Annette Iggulden, Elegy Echo, 2008 6 pieces: Range from 120cm to 142cm x 30cm to 34cm Installation size variable, minimum 3 metres wall space Acrylic and ink on un-stretched canvas

As noted in the exhibition catalogue the title of this exhibition, Breath and Stones offers one way of imagining distance, togetherness and incomplete sharing: breath evokes notions of the ephemeral, of momentary existence, and of permeability; while stones conjures the material and embedded, and a sense of performance. A juxtaposition of these two ideas conjures possibilities of fleeting and momentary experiences of community, of compassion, of individual life and of togetherness enveloping and possibly warming the performance, solidity and, at times, coldness of our environment. This exhibition invites the participant to sit and contemplate.

Opening 6:00pm Friday 25 June 2010
By Frank Watters OAM