HILARIE MAIS

Dates & times

Sat 9 June — Sun 29 July 2018

Image: Image Hilarie Mais, Reflection Blue Angel (detail), 2007-11, oil on wood, 183 x 183 x 4 cm, image courtesy and © the artist, photo: Jessica Maurer

 

Hilarie Mais is best known for her painted constructions that merge the formal structure of the grid with an interest in natural forms. Beginning with a geometric pattern, the work develops organically and instinctually, drawing on the artists observations of the living world. Mais’s hand-painting of these structures imbues the work with an intimate aura. They shimmer. The viewer’s gaze shifts back and forth through cycles of line and colour, object and shadow. Featuring 20 major works, this exhibition is a close collaboration between the artist and the MCA exhibition curators Blair French and Manya Sellers and traces the last decade of Mais’s practice. Exhibition organised and toured by the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.

 

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