Abstract

13 works on paper exoring the relationship of archival memory to recollection. The works borrowed a metaphor of 'geological sedimentation' as a metaphor for the layering of memories with in the mind. The works explored a wide range of graphical processes in investigating the compression of images in the mind into a stratified layering of information.

The works in the exhibition were chosen for exhibion by the gallery and were accompanied by a catalogue with an original essay by the distinguished Australian writer Robert Whyte.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWooloongabba
PublisherWooloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
Publication statusPublished - 13 Jan 2014
EventThe indifferent patience of accidents - Woolloongabba Art Gallery, Woolloongabba, Australia
Duration: 14 May 201425 May 2014

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Accidents
Patience
Layering
Writer
Sedimentation
Compression
Recollection

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Fitzpatrick, D. (Artist). (2014). The indifferent patience of accidents. Exhibition, Wooloongabba: Wooloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia.
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