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6  September to 14 October 2018

Image:Susanna Castleden, Bitumen Landscape (Indian Ocean Drive) 2016, frottage & screen print on gesso paper maps, 210 x 360 cm. Photo: silversalt

As far as the eye can see

Antonia Aitken, Raymond Arnold, G. W. Bot, Susanna Castleden, Jan Davis,
Gary Jolley, Locust Jones,Martin King, Judith Martinez, Clyde McGill, Helen Mueller,
Alice Nampitjinpa, Dorothy Napangardi, Daniel O’Shane, Janet Parker-Smith,
Julie Paterson, Olga Sankey, Gary Shinfield, Rochelle Summerfield,
Chris Tobin, Judy Watson and Freedom Wilson.

As far as the eye can see is an exhibition of works by prominent Australian
printmakers investigating their local landscapes. It celebrates the breadth and
depth of printmaking practice in Australia today and is a stunning
reflection of Australia’s unique and varied geography.The artists express
their stories and relationships to the land through a variety of print media,
describing the vast scale or intimate detail of our diverse natural environment.

A Blue Mountains Cultural Centre exhibition curated by Rilka Oakley in association
with the Print Council of Australia’s 50th Anniversary celebrations.


6  September to 14 October 2018

Image: Simon Finn, Instability, video still, 2018

Rising to the Surface

Simon Finn

Rising to the Surface brings together a suite of works that draw on the
artist’s experience of ocean diving. Sculptural and printed works represent
volume compression of oxygen as it navigates ten-meter increments under the ocean.
The works are poetic formation of data in three and two dimensions,
to give a visual sense of the actual and virtual descent under the surface of our oceans.