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Kirsten Perry

Self-Portrait, 2014, eye tracking drawing (pigment print on Hahnemühle paper), 72.5 x 102cm

Tracing the Line of Sight

FAC - Curved Wall Gallery
21 April - 18 June

Monday - Friday 9am-5pm, Saturday 9am-2pm
Free Entry
Price Range $120-$350

Opening Event & Meet the Artist: Tuesday 3 May, 6-8pm
RSVP: 03 9784 1896

FAC Open Exhibition 2015 winner Kirsten Perry, uses a drawing method that plots the path of the artist’s gaze while looking at the human subject and removing the artist’s connection to their hand, the act of looking in the drawing process is explored.

FAC Open Exhibition 2015 Winner |  Kirsten Perry Self Portrait


Judged by Senior Curator Penny Teale from Maclelland Sculpture Park + Gallery "...interesting response to the idea of Movement in Art as it brings together a number of compelling ideas about the act of drawing. This portrait has been created through a series of exchanges between artist and digital technology. The artwork is the product and residue left from this process, which when you look closely at the surface detail of the drawing, reveals a sequence of repeated lines that lightly trace and form aspects of Kirsten's face."

Enquiries: 03 9784 1896