Michelle Eskola | Atmosphere and Stability

Spring Hill, Brisbane Area

19 – 21 October 2017 - 

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Michelle Eskola presents a new series of paintings in her upcoming exhibition, Atmosphere and Stability, opening at Spiro | Grace Art Rooms in October.

Eskola’s work is characterised by an interest in the articulation of space, colour and light in the ‘post-internet’ age. With a background in time-based media, Eskola attempts to create atmospheric paintings that prompt sensory engagement.

Her new body of work focuses on the framing of light and silence. With the sky as a flat workspace, Eskola overlays patterns and subtle spaces that occur in everyday life and activities. These familiar patterns and forms evoke a rhythmic sense of space that is both moving and still.

Event Dates

This event occurs once only on:
19 – 21 October 2017
26 – 28 October 2017
2 – 4 November 2017
9 – 11 November 2017

Event Venues


Spiro Grace Art Rooms
Address:
255 Gregory Terrace
Spring Hill
Queensland, Australia 4000

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