Fracture Below – VCA Graduate Exhibition

Architectural Space, Exhibition, Floor, Gesture, Installation, Vinyl, Wall

FractureBelowFracture Below, (c) 2013 Naomi Nicholls
Synthetic Polymer Paint, Vinyl

FractureBelow
Fracture Below, (c) 2013 Naomi Nicholls
Synthetic Polymer Paint, Vinyl

The VCA Grad Show took place on in late November.  Here are a few shots from the work I made there.  It covered a great deal of space, including a long hallway and a small space on the floor below which was connected by the lift, hence the title Fracture Below.  The work downstairs was the last work you saw, before taking the lift to the next floor and coming out inside the work.

I attempted to narrow my colour palette in this work.  Focussing on a more traditional landscape colours like blues and greens.  I found myself still quite attached to the contrasting colours.  I perhaps allowed a few too many in, I had wanted to include just a few contrasts but mainly focus on the blues and greens to evoke more of a landscape feeling than before.  In my next large scale work, I think I will focus more still on a narrow selection of colours.

FractureBelow
Fracture Below, (c) 2013 Naomi Nicholls
Synthetic Polymer Paint, Vinyl

FractureBelow
Fracture Below, (c) 2013 Naomi Nicholls
Synthetic Polymer Paint, Vinyl

FractureBelowFracture Below, (c) 2013 Naomi Nicholls
Synthetic Polymer Paint, Vinyl

FractureBelow
Fracture Below, (c) 2013 Naomi Nicholls
Synthetic Polymer Paint, Vinyl

FractureBelowFracture Below, (c) 2013 Naomi Nicholls
Synthetic Polymer Paint, Vinyl

FractureBelow  Fracture Below, (c) 2013 Naomi Nicholls
Synthetic Polymer Paint, Vinyl

FractureBelowFracture Below, (c) 2013 Naomi Nicholls
Synthetic Polymer Paint, Vinyl

FractureBelowFracture Below, (c) 2013 Naomi Nicholls
Synthetic Polymer Paint, Vinyl

FractureBelowFracture Below, (c) 2013 Naomi Nicholls
Synthetic Polymer Paint, Vinyl

FractureBelow
Fracture Below, (c) 2013 Naomi Nicholls
Synthetic Polymer Paint, Vinyl

FractureBelowFracture Below, (c) 2013 Naomi Nicholls
Synthetic Polymer Paint, Vinyl

   FractureBelow
And here is it’s ultimate fate, a colour pile of sticky vinyl!

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