Gyre is an exhibition of new work that comprises site responsive installations, sculptures and moving image work, which explore liminal and transient relationships between objects that relate to weather and outdoor environments.

Through re-evaluating and re-contextualising objects that serve as instruments of measurement, such as wind turbines and barometers, Gyre considers the complexity of relations between objects, time and space.

This exhibition is informed by Francis’s ongoing interest in how objects shape our perception of time and, in particular, how a temporal interval operates as a poetic device for the indeterminate connection between past, present and future.

Thursday August 21 - Saturday September 7
Metro Arts2/109 Edward St, Brisbane City
This is a free event 

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