16 Jul 2016 - 09 Oct 2016

Growing up on the Gold Coast sparked Anna Carey’s interest and fascination with mid-twentieth century architecture.

Her work overlaps both photography and sculpture as she meticulously creates small architectural models of buildings and then photographs them to create an illusion of space. As a result these strangely familiar architectural spaces become hard to define and slip into the urban myths, fragments of remembered patterns and textures in the ever-changing city.

The exhibition is accompanied by an activity where children can craft their own mini-interior from recycled materials.

Dates: Saturday, 16 July to Sunday, 9 October 2016
Times: 10am-5pm daily
Cost: Free
Bookings: Not required
Age Group: All ages

Image: Anna Carey Wood veneer 2010 | Giclée print (edition of 5) 79 x 118 cm. Courtesy of Andrew Baker Art Dealer