There will be a time in life when you expect the world to be always full of new things. And then comes a day when you realize that it is not how it will be at all. You see that life will become a thing made of holes. Absences. Losses. Things that were there and are no longer. And you realize, too, that you have to grow around and between the gaps, though you can put your hand out to where things were and feel that tense, shining dullness of the space where the memories are. – Helen Macdonald, H is for Hawk (New York: Grove Press, 2014)
Exhibition Opening: Saturday 21 January, 4 – 6pm. Please join us for the opening of Lux Æterna on Saturday 21 January, 4 – 6pm. Guest speaker Dr Pat Hoffie AM will open the exhibition at 4:30pm.
Image: Breath, 2022, Indian ink, gouache, watercolour, and crayon on St. Armand paper, 71 x 55.5 cm.