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Tania Mason 2017

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Tania Mason

Looking on the inside out

19 October - 8 November 2017

The title of the show 'Looking on the inside out' is concerned with exploring aspects of out Australian Flora combine with introduced species within our environment. But mainly the new works explore the concepts of neurological patters and their formations within the human mind, and natures complex geometric shapes. These arrangements exist secretly within the new work showcasing the natural ability nature has to constantly make connections with it's surroundings.

The exhibition makes up a variety of large complex works looking at connections to how nature can survive, how she makes pathways when impacted upon. For a few years now I have been studying aspects of the brain and how to visually create parallels between the neurological pathways and how nature can also create new chaotic pathways too.

Tania Mason

October 2017

It can grow around!, 2017

gouache on plaster tile, wooden frame

30 x 24 cm

Little grey bits, 2017

gouache on plaster tile, wooden frame

30 x 24 cm

Some old tree, 2017

gouache and acrylic on canvas

102 x 84 cm

This stopped everything!, 2017

gouache and acrylic on canvas

102 x 84 cm

Hidden greyness, 2017

gouache on plaster tile, wooden frame

30 x 24 cm

Hidden behind grey, 2017

gouache on plaster tile, wooden frame

30 x 24 cm

Pulling away, 2017

gouache on plaster tile, wooden frame

30 x 24 cm

Grey aspects of matter, 2017

gouache on plaster tile, wooden frame

30 x 24 cm

When things become complicated, 2017

gouache and acrylic on canvas

102 x 84 cm