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Created by rotating and painting over early landscape paintings or cutting up old works on paper to arrive at collages, the Landscape on Table series materially reflects how environments are geologically, conceptually and culturally layered.  Speculating on how one might go about unmaking Euro-centric, colonial aesthetics and gestures towards land, the title of the series also works to draw attention to how our interior worlds, including our bodies are materially connected to our outside environments.  Highly abstracted, textured and vibrating with colour, the treatment of imagery is intended to acknowledge the multiplicities and vitality of living beings and non-living objects that intentionally or unintentionally end up on our table.

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