Seeing in the dark : Judy Anderson


Seeing in the dark : Judy Anderson



Catalogue of an exhibition held at Monash Gallery of Art, Wheelers Hill, Victoria, 7 April - 18 June 2006.
Her recent work explores light and surface as traces of passage in the form of palimpsests, installation, photographic imagery, video and back lit digitally manipulated transparencies. Emblems of embodiment and desire are configured from images of objects and felt surfaces as sites of transition and dissolution. Aspects of memory, lived experience and fragmented narrative are conveyed through processes such as erasure, multiple layering of images and text, and a collage aesthetic which emphasises materiality, tactility, loss and retrieval.
Essay by Sarah-Mace Dennis.




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