A window is a square horizon presents a new body of work which continues Meagan Streader’s investigations of light and space in a minimal 2D and sculptural context, drawing from previous explorations of colour, perspective and optical phenomena. The exhibition examines interior and exterior space through geometric abstraction and distortion
During the COVID-19 lockdown, Streader used Google Street View and documentation sourced online to respond to various architectural structures or details such as windows, doors, glass and facades from a collection of sites located within the Melbourne CBD. Evocative of stained-glass treatments, the works present unique geometric abstractions through layers of light and glass fragments.
The gallery is adhering to COVID-19 social distancing measures.
This exhibition can also be viewed on the gallery website. View exhibition here.