Jacky Redgate 1980-2003
Jacky Redgate's elegant and considered works demonstrate a sustained analysis of form and structure within the disciplines of photography and sculpture. The spatial dimensions of the photographic image has been extended by the artist into sculptural works that investigate perception, colour, volume and mass.Publisher: Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
Author: Alan Cruickshank
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