Melbourne based mostly artist Zoe Croggon has refined the old school magazine ‘cut and paste’ art venture by forming collisions of each day objects for her mostcurrentexhibition ‘Deuce’ at Diane Singer Gallery.
Dive four (Splash)
Diving head very first into an modernworld of experimentation, Croggon typically performs with sculpture, video, drawing, and in this case collage. Her performs show the collision of different worlds and moments in time, showing unanticipated affinities of vitality and type.
‘Deuce’ is an exhibition produced up of collages that Croggon meticulously manufacturedfrom a collection of sports activities encyclopedias, black and white movie stills, as nicely as outdated catalogues of dance and photography. This kind of topics and composition let Croggon to consider the characteristics and functionalities of an object and present them in a complete new context. This, and the exploration of light, texture, and type, enables Croggon to current lovely abstract functions which questioning the possibilities of subconscious perceptions.
The incredible skills of Zoe Croggon have noticed her brief listed for the Basil Sellers Prize, as well as having works acquired by the NGV and Artbank, and is in the NGV’s Melbourne Now exhibition.
‘Deuce’ is on present at Diane Singer Gallery from 14th of November until finally the 21st of December 2013.
Diane Singer Gallery
Basement, 325 Flinders Lane