She Could Taste The Metal In Her Mouth Like Blood
At stake in Bridie Lunney’s process for She could taste the metal in her mouth like blood is the apprehension of the moment of transformation, the location of a threshold in our understanding. Lunney animates her objects with a libidinal energy and engages a dialectical economy that brings together disparate and distinct materials and forms. She is interested in the tension or charge activated by this economy that renders the object a vital presence and the site of transformation.
9 - 18 July 2015
Lower Ground 171 William Street
Darlinghurst, Sydney, Australia
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