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The balance of love and life

Chapter One, by Kate Maurice
Chapter One, by Kate Maurice

Like artists and philosphers throughout antiquity, Kate Maurice seeks to explore the elusive balance of the masculine and feminine in relationships.

Her upcoming show at the Lismore Regional Gallery draws inspiration from the Christian tradition of Memento Mori, artworks which remind people of their mortality.

These sculptural forms are constructed from found objects, reclaimed materials such as vintage silks and papers, bones, lace and black spinel gemstone.

Exquisitely detailed, they explore the loss of love as fertile ground for change.

Momento Mori runs till December 9.


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