In Your Dreams has now concluded, and the work all stored away safely, but I've still time to share with you a selection installation photographs by Janelle Low. And who better to introduce them than something, or rather, some new bird. Taking you through what is now a familiar installation of new work, I present you with a Pied Heron from northern Australia. Something old(ish) presented by something new.
Enjoy these related reads as you make your way along:
The Past Participle of Do is Done. Done and Dusted.
Equivalent to the sum of three and four.
In your dreams, blurred and distinct, a dreamers narrative by Gracia Haby
In Your Dreams list of works (9-page pdf)
In Your Dreams catalogue essay by exhibition curators Edwina Bartlem & Victor Griss
Tumbling lightly, tumbling fast (I) and (II), two new artists' books for 2014
Like a dream, the imagery or symbolic language in which these works communicate to the visitor is not precise or fixed. Elements and meanings can be slippery, associative, seemingly arbitrary and often surprising. Like its namesake, this exhibition invites visitors to embrace the domain of the unexpected, of intuition, uninhibited creativity and open-ended possibilities.