Jul-12 Melbourne: Eleanor Hart – Unfolding Time

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The paintings and drawings in this exhibition are part of a series that references the concept of Unfolding Time, place, memory and ‘escaping’ from Vienna during the second world war.  

Eleanor Hart

Family history and the discovery of letters written in Gothic German that were hidden and then discovered decades later informs this body of work.

The paintings and drawings in this exhibition are part of a series that references the concept of Unfolding Time, place, memory and ‘escaping’ from Vienna during the second world war.  Family history and the discovery of letters written in Gothic German that were hidden and then discovered decades later informs this body of work.

Guest Speaker: Ken Wach, Associate Professor, Former Principal Research Fellow and Head of School of Creative Arts, University of Melbourne.

Exhibition: July 13-30

Unfolding oil on canvas           Eleanor Hart   2014

 

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