by Murray Eskdale
In a sophisticated collection of temporal concepts,
Flux is designed so that each piece is a purposeful,
distinct experience, whilst the overall collection also exists in
and of itself - more than a sum of all the parts.
What is experienced through the eyes of a building? What
does a structure see? Sturdiness deceptively creates a sense of
permanence. What is a building before it is built? What is a
building after it is unbuilt?
What can be seen in an image apart from what has
been directly captured? Images evoke feelings and emotions. Where
do these feelings come from? From the subject itself? Or from the
way it has been portrayed? How much comes from
The artist particularly wants viewers to interpret
this collection, in its many parts and as a whole, in order to
discover their own meanings.
Size: Print 600x400mm
Price: $695 framed in dark wood box frame as displayed in
Un-framed prints also available for $490.