Rosalie Gascoigne

Foreign Affairs

Foreign Affairs by Rosalie Gascoigne

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Rosalie Gascoigne’s meditative assemblages carry the imprint of their place of construction: the wide tablelands near Canberra she describes as ‘all air, all light, all space, all understatement’. Choosing to work with materials that ‘have had sun and wind on them’, Gascoigne’s grids of subtly weathered wood evoke the partitioning and cultivation of the land. Combining order and repetition with soft irregularities, her spare abstract compositions create a sense of the landscape as a complex network of natural and cultural processes.

Title
Foreign Affairs
Artist/creator
Production date
1994
Medium
sawn wood on craftboard
Dimensions
778 x 772 mm
Credit line
Chartwell Collection, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, 1995
Accession no
C1995/1/4
Copyright
Copying restrictions apply
Department
International Art
Display status
Not on display

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