Artists Bénédicte Emsens, Kate Boucher and Kate Fahey, accompanied by curator Stacie McCormick, talk about the exhibition and how landscape is a central element in their practice. The talk starts with a private tour of the exhibition and is followed by Q&A.
Inarticulate Landscapes is an exhibition of three artists looking to landscapes to inspire their work, yet the pieces are not the classical idea. The thread that runs through Bénédicte Emsens, Kate Boucher and Kate Fahey is the essence of the film still. To see these artworks, one senses there is more to the story - the frame just before or just after may illuminate but we have this frame and the still of this landscape remains mysterious. Each of the artist utilise photography or film to create their work and this reinterpretation of another medium, a quick capture converted into alternative materials and establishing a new reality that lies, or perhaps produces a new truth.