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The Vanishing Act is a solo exhibition of new paintings by artist Jaye Ho. The artist has looked at defacing portraits in art and political history. This body of work was inspired by visiting the Khmer Rouge former prison, now museum, S21. Photographs of Khmer Rouge leaders were vandalised - their faces violently scratched out. The artist produced a series of portraits of war criminals and piles of skulls from genocide victims. Ho obliterates or redacts her imagery through the…Find out more »
‘My Adopted Family’ is a photographic project exploring the concepts of family, memories and inheritance. Using cherished possessions collected over time, Jo has created her own family history. This is a personal narrative that invites the viewer to travel through time and participate in the stories that unfold around them. Jo uses large-scale prints to exaggerate the realness of objects and creative displays to transform the identity and personalities of the subjects. Her abstracts, created from extreme circumstances, produce images…Find out more »
Join us for the launch event of 'My Adopted Family’ - a photographic project by Jo Teasdale exploring the concepts of family, memories and inheritance. Jo uses large-scale prints to exaggerate the realness of objects and creative displays to transform the identity and personalities of the subjects. Her abstracts, created from extreme circumstances, produce images akin to Rothko and Blake.Find out more »
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