The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without
The outside within - the inside without

The outside within \ the inside without

A solo exhibition by Hiroshi Kobayashi
 

15 June - 21 July 2019

Opening Night 14 June 6-8pm

 

Hiroshi Kobayashi's artwork explores the space between photography, painting and memory. His paintings, based on digitally manipulated photographs, are created by using mechanical devices, such as a dispenser machine, cutting plotter, spray gun and self-made squeegee tool. Kobayashi’s unique process, which he refers to as patagraphy, aims to capture the way that our minds consider and remember experiences of place. A term coined by Kobayashi, patagraphy combines the concept of Pataphysics, the imaginary realm supplemental to metaphysics conceived by French poet Alfred Jarry, and –graph, or an instrument for recording.

For this exhibition, Kobayashi has created a new series of paintings inspired by the landscape and architecture at Point Heathcote. Displayed within the HCP Gallery, Kobayashi’s paintings metaphorically create windows on the gallery walls, exploring the relationship between the inside and the outside, the internal and external. 

 

Image Credit: Hiroshi Kobayashi, The cumulonimbus cloud (detail), 2019, acrylic on canvas, 38.2cm x 53.2cm

VISIT                                                     (08) 9364 5666
Gallery Hours:                                     heathcote@melville.wa.gov.au
Tuesday - Friday                                 58 Duncraig Road, Perth WA 6153

10am – 3pm
Saturday - Sunday

12pm - 4pm

Grounds Open 24 hours

Goolugatup Heathcote Cultural Precinct and the City of Melville acknowledge the Bibbulmun people as the Traditional Owners of the land on which we stand and pay respect to the Whadjuk people, and Elders past, present, future.

 

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