Hand-Cut photography by Justine Khamara Hand-Cut photography by Justine Khamara - KoiKoiKoi
Justine Khamara lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. She is a complex artist who works with digital manipulation. Khamara hand-cuts the photographs to reorganize and paste them afterwards. Same of her collages were even cut into thin strips then woven. She makes visual illusions, bizarre creations, to rearrange the actual space.
Speaking of hands, this is what I’ve been using them for lately. These works are part of an exhibition coming up at Cudgegong Gallery in Gulgong. The show is called A New Look – Functional Ceramics and has been curated by Janet Mansfield. Forty ceramicists from across Australia were invited to show a piece from our current production, but also to create a second work that ‘presages a new look’, a new direction or extension of an idea for the future. And this is mine. I've been off on a bit…
Six Relics 154, 178-180, 190 & 238, 2010 by Cheryl Ann Thomas presented by Frank Lloyd Gallery
Cheryl Ann ThomasSix Relics 154, 178-180, 190 & 238, 2010 presented by Frank Lloyd Gallery
Gray is the gaunt and I am gaunt... still I must seek to fill the love-starved hollows of my cheeks and heart. In my desire to color my life I have robbed the spectrum of all colors. Norman Sickel, Poet excerpted from Gray - Tone Poems of Color
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