‘Under the table I learnt how to feed you’ documents the women in my family as they arrogate space through dance and the smoking of arghile in the courtyard of a Lebanese bakery in Southwest Sydney.
The work is not really about distress, it’s the look you get when you put your head in the photocopier.
For Alan 2018, acrylic on canvas, 180 x 240 cm. Image courtesy the artist and Milani Gallery, Brisbane.
‘Form Work’ explores architectural forms, lines and shapes that are depicted in architectural drafting.
‘Bow Down to the Sovereign Goddess’ (series 1-5), 2012; exhibited at Art Gallery of South Australia, ‘From the Street’ and part of the Flinders University Art Museum Collection. Portraits: Alexis West, Simone Tur, Nazaree Dickerson, Tracey Rigney and Faye Rosas …
Yhonnie Scarce | N0000, N2359, N2351, N2402 | Blown glass, archive photographs, dimensions variable; 2013 (detail)
Over the course of my outback chapters (9 years), I have taken over 56,000 photographs since immersing in the greater desert regions of Central Australia.