Page 70 - RMIT Catalogue 2017
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“When a person leaves or dies or ends, they leave an afterimage; their outline in the devices they’ve set up around them. The image fades to the winding down of springs, the slow running out of fuel as the machines of a life lived in certain ways in certain places and from certain angles are shut down or seize up or blink off one by one. It takes time. Sometimes, you come across the dusty lights or electrical hum of someone else’s machine, maybe a long time after you ever expected to, still running, lonely in the dark. Still doing its thing for the person who started it up long, long after they’ve gone.”
Steven Hall, The Raw Shark Texts
Sophie Tucker
An Exploration of texture through a process of layering
Ink, acrylic on wooden board 27.5cm x 36.5cm
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An installation that enbodies multiple layers of indexing Plaster, ink and light Dimensions Variable
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Reforming the material of paint into a fabric like substance
Acrylic, PVA and thread Dimensions Variable
sophietuckeraustralia@gmail.com https://www.instagram.com/sophie_tucker_ australia/
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