Lyndall Brown/Charles Green, ‘The Far Country’, Arc One 8 October – 9 November
Buxton Collection artist collaboration, Lyndell Brown / Charles Green, have their exhibition The Far Country currently showing at Arc One, Melbourne. Lyndell Brown and Charles Green’s extensive practice has long been informed by the nature of memory and an investigation of how events intersect with the legacy of the past and with art history to inform our experience of identity, place and landscape. In their latest exhibition at ARC ONE, The Far Country, the artists speak to the contemporary condition of turbulence by mapping images across continents and centuries. This exhibition explores the ways in which memory attracts pathos and how single images derive from the virtual recollection of a panorama of events unfolding in time.
For more information visit the Arc One website
Image: The Crossing, 2019, oil on linen, 180 x 260 cm.
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