RAIN



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An ongoing, growing drawing installation





RAIN | 2018-Present

carbon & rain on watercolour paper, dimensions variable

'Rain' captures the erratic language of one of the planet's most valuable and destructive elements through the artists’ use of a graphite solution on paper. Created during a storm to capture the impact of rainfall, the resulting work embodies the various states of a storm—denoting its clouds, the individual drops, it’s pooling and tracing of topography as it runs over the land.

In using graphite, (a crystallised form of carbon) to record the impact of raindrops during a storm, the work also invites a dialogue around water and carbon, the cultural importance of water and the precariousness of changing climates and its broader environmental and societal effects.

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RAIN is a growing drawing-installation and is part of an ongoing series of experimental drawings made with water and carbon.

See also RIVERSTONE STUDIES and MELT

Installation at STACKS Project Space, Sydney, 2018

FEATURED IN:

Banyule Award for Works on Paper 2019, Hatch Contemporary Art Space, Melbourne, VIC - Finalist. 2019

STACKS Project Space Program - Artist in Residence, Sydney NSW. February 2019

TERRAFORMED (solo exhibition) - 220 Creative Space, Sydney, NSW. 2018

NAS Postgraduate Exhibition 2017, National Art School, Sydney, NSW. 2017



RELATED WORKS: MELT · RIVERSTONE STUDIES · IMPACT