An exhibition of large scale wood cuts and sculptural floor installations featuring 2 Artists that are challenging the boundaries of contemporary printmaking.
Diverse associations arise from Australian artist Luke Beezley's exploration of foliated skeletal forms. A surrealists game is played out amid the cultural iconography of Banksia, birds, lizards and bones of a vast and brutal Australian landscape. This exhibition of large scale wood cut prints for Curve Gallery UK by Australian based artist Luke Beezley will be his first exhibition outside of Australia.
This new experimental body of work from Tracy Hill is part of her developing research investigating new technologies in print. It is Hill's intention to examine the new opportunities these alternatives offer expanding the language and boundaries of printmaking. The process of printing in her work responds directly to the nature of layering and of building surfaces which resonates with the years of history and palimpsest within our landscape.
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