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Bronte Webster
Bronte uses painting as a medium to coalesce disparate visual languages into new compositions. Her work repurposes and re-contextualises art historical imagery, modernist architecture, biomorphic forms and personal iconography into an assemblage of visceral fragments. The resulting work proposes a speculative space that is imbued with paradox. Via unconventional modes of display and activations of physical space, the work functions to meet the viewer halfway in active and open engagement.
Intermittent Reinforcement
oil and photocopied paper on board 80cm x 50cm x 45cm
See above, sky below
acrylic, oil and linen on board 80cm x 50cm x 10cm

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