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REMOTE NATURE RESPONSE
Created as one work, Ash Keating’s eight abstract paintings that make up Remote Nature Response gradually change from a silvery white to a deep, dense black: each a new experience of the subject. While they are not one expansive image nor meant to be experienced as a linear narrative, they do reflect on the change of light and weather and the morphing of the landscape within this context. They are a respondse to the sheer beauty and mesmerising power of an untamed, pristine and wild landscape: Cradle Mountain and it's surrounds in Tasmania's north-west. They place the viewer within the work and ethereally combine both the terrestrial formations of the landscape and the atmospheric conditions which change our experience, engagement and perception of it.
Dr Vincent Alessi
Artist: Ash Keating
Client: Museum of Old + New Art
Location: Cradle Mountain, lutruwita/Tasmania
Artist Management: David Hagger
Photography: Ash KeatingJune 2015