Andrew Baker Art Dealer presents exhibition by Pamela See, containing narratives of adaptation, survival and reinvention. The title, Still • Living, is a word play on the French ‘nature morte’ or still life.
The exhibition is entirely comprised of paper-cut installations. The genesis of this similar attempt to engage immortality through depicting objects occurred in Western China between the thirteenth and seventh centuries BCE.
Reflecting the zeitgeist of the COVID-19 pandemic, the narratives examined in this exhibition include: (i) Renaissance Europe emerging from Black Plague, (ii) recent switching of political-economic models in Australia, and (iii) global environmental impact of single use personal protective equipment (PPE).
The gallery is adhering to COVID-19 social distancing measures.
This exhibition can also be viewed on the gallery website. View exhibition here.