WHEN : 15th October - 26th November
WHERE : Redlands Art Gallery
Hosts by Brisbane artist Nicola Hooper presents her study of the concept of the animal body as a host or vessel for disease through the medium of lithography. Her works reference people’s often contradictory perceptions of animals in the context of fear of disease. Hooper explores the dichotomous concept of animals as demonised or revered, healthy or diseased, and human or animal through these exquisite works on paper.
Official Opening 6.30pm Friday 13 October 2017 Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland To be opened by Dr Bill Platz, Program Director – Fine Art, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University
Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland Cnr Middle and Bloomfield Streets, Cleveland Q 4163
Monday to Friday 9am – 4pm Sunday 9am – 2pm
Image: Nicola Hooper, Kiss, scratch, bite 2016, hand coloured lithograph. Courtesy of the artist.