A Secret Geography I: 10-13 October 2019
We invite you to A Secret Geography, an exhibition of work by Madeline Clare. An opening will be held on Thursday 10 September at 6pm and the exhibition will run over the whole weekend, 11 - 13 October,
11 - 4pm.
Madeline will give an artist talk in CoLab2 on Saturday 12 October at 2pm.
A SECRET GEOGRAPHY I is the first of a series of exhibitions featuring sketches and prints from time spent in deeply secret places. From moors to mountains, tongues to trikonasana, this quietly illuminative work is about paying homage to wholeness and well-being where rhythm and repetition in landscape, inside and out, merge for the organism to be eternally omnipresent. The intensity of Iceland's voluptuous volcanic backdrop and fiery underbelly with its soft, expansive rhythmic undertones has provoked deep and extensive enquiry, which is beginning to be revealed in these emotive pieces.
Madeline has been living, studying and working in Fremantle since 1998. She supports sustainable initiatives, sharing spaces and resources. This will be Madeline’s first exhibition in the Gallery at SHAC.
SHAC is a group of Fremantle based artists living as an co-operative housing group