This exhibit from three artists examines the act of viewing and the process of making art through a variety of mediums.
Raha Raissnia works in paint, film and collage. Her high-contrast black and white paintings derive from her films, which are assembled from bits of early work and presented with overlapping pairs of 35mm slide and 16mm film projections.
Jessie Edelman’s paintings draw attention to the mise en scène, with rich colour palettes and textured brushstrokes.
Summer Wheat uses an unusual technique, pushing acrylic paint through wire mesh to create an expressive structure in vibrant colours. Her work looks at female empowerment through the lens of Egyptian pictography.