Moment seized me, I seized the moment

Opening Event:
Saturday 15 September, 3 pm – 5 pm

Opening Hours: 
Wednesday - Friday, 10 am – 5 pm

Saturday & Sunday, 10 am – 4 pm  

Capturing various moments in the living moment

Every day we experience moments; ephemeral, passing moments and sometimes hauntingly familiar. Through a collection of mainly woodblock prints, Seong Cho explores the nature of the moment and of memory; fleeting and impermanent yet one of meaningful experience, embodied living moments in time. The artist gives form to the impermanent whilst also pays homage to her cultural background and the innate history of the materials used, with the works being printed on traditional Korean mulberry paper and using handmade brushes formed of sticks and leaves from the Australian environment, reflecting on her migrant heritage.

Image credit: Seong Cho, Moment VIII, 2018, woodblock print on handmade Korean mulberry paper

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