Show simple item record Miller, Gwenneth 2021-08-26T10:41:43Z 2021-08-26T10:41:43Z 2020
dc.description For more information see the link to the artist's website at the top of the page en
dc.description.abstract The drawing was presented as port of solo exhibition titled: “Enfolding”, which finds an echo in Gilles Deleuze' (1993) writing on The fold. The ink drawing "Sorrow" developed as an extension of the print work “The thread of all sorrows”, which was compiled from digitally cropped details from Renaissance paintings portraying lamentation. The concepts of both works recognise that the experience of bereavement is universal and have been an expression through history. In "Sorrow" the collated figure is placed in a context of contemporary hospital equipment, linking the experience with the present. On a broader scope the setting of the drawing also links globally with the time of the COVID pandemic. Acrylic and Quinck ink on paper. Format: 50cm x 30 cm In the collection of Pretoria Art Museum. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.title Sorrow en
dc.type Drawing en
dc.type Image en
dc.description.department Art and Music en

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