2016 Finalists

Brett CANET-GIBSON

Artist statement: The drowning noun is a series of still-life images constructed from found objects. Each object is then presented in an abstract alternate form questioning their original intention or perceived meaning. Inspired by the Zen Buddhist koan, each image holds no definitive interpretation and is purely open to each individual and what experience they endeavour to embrace.

The drowning noun #3  2015
from the series The drowning noun
pigment ink-jet print
60.0 x 90.0 cm
courtesy of the artist

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