Line and the edges of form
Waikato Society of Arts members
12 October 2018 - 12 November 2018
Showcasing recent work from current WSA members, this exhibition will include works of many mediums including sculpture, sound and installation - all focusing on the theme of ‘Line'. The crucial constant of line is evident in all art practices, whether straight, curved, two-dimensional or defining the edges of a form - all lines are created by distance and movement between spaces. Artists’ expression of this idea can vary largely - in texture, colour, shape and form. For the viewer, lines can direct your eye through a journey when interpreting a work, and therefore function as a potential way for artists to communicate thoughts or ideas in sequence to the receiver. Lines are as unique as the people that make them, and this exhibition aims to bring lines of many types together - to convey both uniform harmony and juxtaposition in one richly populated space.
Image: Detail, The shadow of me, Oriwa Morgan-Ward