Infinite View of Determinate You
07 November · Katrina
In these small topographies of colour and form, Christchurch artist Liv Worsnop mediates our appreciation of found objects (moss, rocks, pine needles, ivy berries) through her application of movement, light, even human breathe during the scanning process. Incorporating the residue of these interventions, the resulting images, painterly and mysterious, serve as intimate analogies for the impact of human actions on the environment.
“These small interventions are a way of interacting with the natural world at an intimate level, observing, commenting but also rectifying in a peaceful way.”
Since completing her Bachelor in Fine Arts at the University of Canterbury in 2012, Liv has worked with and on the periphery of urban ecologies, observing and recording our impact on, and relationship with, the environment. Under the auspice of Plant Gang, she has implemented a number of inner city projects, including illustrated weed catalogues, a Zen garden, a sage field, site clean-ups and guerrilla gardens. She has also taken her sculptural practice indoors with exhibitions at The Physics Room and City Art Depot.
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- Call for Proposals 2013
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- Be careful what you wish for….
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