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Topography: Interpreting Surfaces

Andrew Butkevicius, TJ Charlton, Liana Cross, Eric Euler, Stewart Heneberry, Andrea Kita, Ingrid Mayrhofer, Natasha Ritchie, Anna Yuschuk

Curated By: Christina Tarsitano

July 8 - August 20, 2016
Opening Reception: Friday, July 8 – 7-10 pm

An exhibition based on the natural and artificial spaces that people encounter physically or conceptually. Artists were encouraged to interpret how the definition of topography applies to them and consider every dip curve and peak of the land, to spur their imagination into creating new and interesting topographies.

Topography has a broad definition that encompasses both natural and man made features, as well as mapping the inner landscape of the mind to evoke different feelings and emotions. Topography and art together allows artists to consider the imaginary and the geographic, and when combined can create something new and interesting.

This exhibition is based on the natural and artificial spaces and surfaces that people encounter physically or conceptually. Artists were encouraged to interpret how the definition of topography applies to them. Selected works by Centre[3] member artists reflect an open interpretation of this concept. Some interpretations include perspective using man made features, intuitive thought, external elements from nature and layering to create new topographical surfaces.

Featuring artwork by:

Andrew Butkevicius, TJ Charlton, Liana Cross, Eric Euler, Stewart Heneberry, Andrea Kita, Ingrid Mayrhofer, Natasha Ritchie, Anna Yuschuk