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To float in a strange sky

Catherine Cloran
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‘To float in a strange sky’ is an installation of photographs arranged in a non-linear way according to the muted tones of blue, yellow and grey. The pairings and groupings of the images also set up visual and perhaps psychological associations, memories and narratives.

The photographs, taken in China and Australia, reveal a personal quest for solitude in, ironically, one of the most populated cities on earth, Beijing and in busy inner Sydney. They also reflect a continuing interest in the way nature and the built environment co-exist.

In these quiet images, water becomes an imperfect mirror, not merely reflecting but throwing into stark relief an altered environment where ripples cause buildings to shimmer, and detritus from the lake appears to float in a strange sky: petals, algae, and occasionally a dead fish.

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Entry Fee: Free
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