Australian Art

TRIPTYCH



1/Feb/2013 - 7/Feb/2013

VENUE: GalleryEight


Emanuela Cupac, Phu Nguyen and Sarah Randall


The medieval triptych often reflected notions of heaven, earth and hell. Three artist draw upon this frame and natural divisions to explore the notion of sexuality, life and death. Sarah’s work represents the left panel of “heaven”. She uses abstraction and colour to reflect the intangible and transcendent.Emanuela’s work represents the middle panel “earth” by exploring human sexuality and reproduction by depicting earthly delights such as fruit. Phu’s work represents last panel “Hell” through concepts of mortality, beauty and the afterlife by commenting on notions of death and decay

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