‘A space comes into being’
an exhibition of paintings by JULIA WHITE
Performance event: Saturday 25th July from 3pm
White’s studio based works are constructed from observational drawings and photographs of major pilgrimage sites in Japan. They explore the relationship between people, community and the constructed environment, while considering the way in which place works as a provocation and mirror.
Figures embedded in complex spatial arrangements form a procession of individual worlds autonomous and continuous with public space.
White has a life long interest in the effect of the constructed world on us, on cultural and internal space and our relationship to natural and built place.
Brief performances in response to the paintings will take place at the opening by PETER FRASER and REBECCA HARRIS. A performance afternoon event on Saturday 25th at 3pm will include reveries on walking, space and place by AVIVA ENDEAN, REBECCA HARRIS, PETER FRASER, SHAUN MCLEOD and OLIVIA MILLARD.