Brenden Scott French — SpeedWheel 2
In many respects Brenden Scott French has an oblique relationship to the landscape. Rather than directly referencing the phenomenological experiences of being in or navigating through nature, Scott French is drawn to the ways in which we perceive our natural world. Through his artwork he challenges our understanding and the mythologies we have created regarding the way we attribute value to the landscape, highlighting how this attribution is inherently a political, social, and cultural construct.
Brenden Scott French has earned a reputation as one of Australia's most innovative glass artists. Since 2000 he has exhibited regularly both in solo and group exhibitions and undertaken a number of significant artist's residencies and both nationally and internationally.
2 February - 4 March 2023
Guest Curated by Margaret Hancock Davies and Holly Grace.
Clare Belfrage / Mr Donegan / Mrs Fatt / Brenden Scott French / Holly Grace / Jessica Loughlin / Kirstie Rea
Material: Kiln formed Glass
Dimensions: 75cm x 75cm x 4cm
Please note, all works will be available for collection at the end of the exhibition on March 3. For shipping enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org who will be available to provide an Art Courier quote.