JACQUELINE BRADLEY FIGURE IN THE LANDSCAPE

Dates & times

Fri 23 February — Sun 8 April 2018

Image: Jacqueline Bradley, Bark Comb 2017, bark and comb, 5 x15 x 9 cm. Courtesy the artist.

 

Jacqueline Bradley, Bark Comb 2017, bark and comb, 5 x15 x 9 cm. Courtesy the artist.

Jacqueline Bradley’s works combine found materials – rocks, fencing wire, and dirt – with intimate bodily objects – combs, thimbles and scarves – in playful, delicately poised combinations. Sharing the gallery with Sidney Nolan’s Riverbend, these small sculptures reflect the artist’s interaction with the landscape and articulate some of the complexities encountered when negotiating our presence in the Australian environment.

An exhibition of Jacqueline Bradley exhibits nationally and internationally and is a PhD candidate and lecturer in the Sculpture Workshop at the ANU School of Art and Design.

 

Updated:  5 February 2018/ Responsible Officer:  DHG Director/ Page Contact:  Drill Hall Gallery