MEAGAN STREADER - QUIET MOMENTS OVER SMALL HORIZONS
There is a sensory quieting that happens through darkness, a dampening down of visual distraction, through which we have an increased sensitivity to any light that is present.
Through a fragmented grid of coloured fluorescent tubes suspended at the doorway of The Wandering Room, Quiet moments over small horizons evokes the radiance of twilight and a slowness of time.
A catalogue essay written by Hannah Gartside will be available at the exhibition.
Saturday 20th November, 8-10pm
Sunday 21st November, 8-10pm
208 Victoria St (enter via Elizabeth St)
This exhibition has been proudly supported by Moreland City Council through the 2020 Flourish: Arts Recovery Grant Program.
Meagan Streader, Quiet moments over small horizons, 2021