Caroline Graley & John Noordennen
Arabesque is a new multimedia installation and is the latest of a series of works examining the concept of inflorescence or flowering. It is an elegant curvilinear form featuring stunning video projection that can viewed from the street front after dark. Caroline Graley is a long-time resident of the Mornington Peninsula and delights in the organic rhythms and beauty of its natural coastal environment. This together with her love of dance have fuelled the spirit of her work.
Caroline is interested in finding visual expressions of lived experience. Her work ranges from observational studies of the moving human form in paintings and drawings, emotionally charged abstractions to sculptural works in steel and aluminium and immersive multi-media installations. Caroline has also tutored for many years in the visual and performing arts.
She has exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions and has works in private and public collections. Caroline has been a finalist in national art prizes such as Helen Lempriere Sculpture Prize, Montalto Sculpture Prize and Portia Geach Portrait Prize and Semi-finalist in the Moran Portrait Prize.
View the installation video on YouTube:
(37 Davey Street next door to main theatre)
Saturday 24 July to Thursday 23 September
View from the street at Cube 37 day and night