Page 54 - 2018 RMIT School of Art BAFA Exhibition Catalogue
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Leiana Keogh
My practice attempts to reflectively unpack how landscape ‘painting’ •
can critic our nation’s past trauma and history. I highlight through painting and drawing, the transformation of native land and the detrimental effect the Anglo-Saxon presence continues to have.
It was the anti-Eden, the land of opposites It’s great existence questioned.
She is the dungeon of the world they cried. Unknown to our devil’s eye
We were lesser men upon a greater earth.
Wilson’s prom
various fabric machine stitched on calico Dimensions Variable
It takes a prayer
oil on paper 29cm x 21cm (approx)
Strange leaves
oil, pen and charcoal on paper 59.4cm x 42cm (approx)

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