Anna Louise Richardson | When night falls
October 10 — November 15
Anna Louise Richardson’s work is about intergenerational exchange, parenthood and signifiers of identity based on her experience of life in rural Western Australia living and working on a 7th generation family farm. The exhibition When night falls is a collection of her work over the last 5 years working through the complex relationships between rural Australians, the environment, and ecological responsibility. Documenting the emotions and personal narrative of her relationship to the land her work also tells a shared story of succession, living and working off the land, starting a family and the death of a parent. Depicting animals as a recurring motif her works frankly explore an existence shared with other species, everyday dangers, and the inevitably of death.