Hannah Parker and Jane Dennis - No Man's Land

Fri 22 May - Thu 11 Jun

Launch: 6pm, Friday 22 May

In the year that celebrates 250 years of resettlement in Australia, Jane Dennis and Hannah Parker find themselves in a no man’s land of self- conflict.

Living and working remotely, both artists are inextricably tied to the bush and use the landscape as their reference point; looking in, looking out. This exhibition witnesses their desire to push personal boundaries, to take risks, and to explore their need to find new ways of making art.

Their struggle with identity and expression of inner turmoil is openly mapped in this eclectic collection of works.

Working with paper and cloth they explore a broad mix of mediums, including printmaking, painting and drawing. Hannah and Jane present a jigsaw of strange details, delicately balanced with the fabulously disturbed.

Launch: 6pm, Friday 22 May

Open: 9.00am – 4.30pm, Weekdays, 10am– 2.30pm Weekends

Info: info@tanksartscentre.com

  • Cost: Free
  • Venue: Tank 4

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