We just wanted to share with you this awesome little exhibition taking place at Summer Hill’s Sweets Workshop (Sydney)
They are visible is an exhibition on a small series of pieces all about the ‘gaze’ by artists Beth-Emily & David Fooks. Here’s a little bit about the work on display:
This series focuses primarily on the gaze, whether it be through a subconscious or conscious visual connection.
Beth Emily focuses on elements relating to the natural realm. The primary focus is on the disposition between the predator and the prey and the burning gaze exchanged in these last moments of life.
David Fooks translates contemporary fashion photography and popular imagery, into a purely aesthetic dialogue between the viewer and the viewed. Using the viewers gaze as a mirror to the subconscious dilution of personal aesthetics; cultural aesthetics; and notions of beauty and the ethereal.
Although the intention of both artists in depicting the gaze is quite different, the overall aim is the same: to connect and absorb the gaze of the viewer into the visible story created by the imagery.
Opening Saturday 28th April (until 22nd of May)
Gallery opens at 10am, official exhibition opening at 2pm
Gallery open days are Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 10am – 5:30pm and Saturday 10am – 4pm
Shop 4, 58-60 Carlton Cres,
Summer Hill, NSW 2130
(Opposite Summer Hill Rail Station)
Phone (02) 9798 5222
Whooo! Looks Good – those two artist create mighty fine work.