Rumer Guario

Her's is the wing span of the quotidian angel

24

November 2022

24

Nov

2022

16

Dec 2022

Gallery 2

Her's is the wing span of the quotidian angel

Rumer Guario

24

November 2022

24

November

2022

16

December 2022

Gallery 2

Her’s is the wing span of the quotidian angel considers the role of art objects as vessels to discuss the beautiful and complex oddities of the human mind. Heavily reflective of the personal and the profound that exist in the everyday experience, the title and premise of this project is derived from the 2003 album and song I Trawl the Megahertz by Paddy McAloon of Prefab Sprout.Constantly intertwined with influences from pop culture, music and film, I find solace in images, sounds and objects made by others. Seeking the familiarity of the quotidian within the classic symbology of the sublime, through tedious labour, time and tears. This exhibition seeks to recognise the significance of these items that we form attachments to, particularly in times of isolation, heartache and loss.A dedication to the sweet and silly convoluted and pretty.My hands are sore,but my heart is happy

Her’s is the wing span of the quotidian angel considers the role of art objects as vessels to discuss the beautiful and complex oddities of the human mind. Heavily reflective of the personal and the profound that exist in the everyday experience, the title and premise of this project is derived from the 2003 album and song I Trawl the Megahertz by Paddy McAloon of Prefab Sprout.Constantly intertwined with influences from pop culture, music and film, I find solace in images, sounds and objects made by others. Seeking the familiarity of the quotidian within the classic symbology of the sublime, through tedious labour, time and tears. This exhibition seeks to recognise the significance of these items that we form attachments to, particularly in times of isolation, heartache and loss.A dedication to the sweet and silly convoluted and pretty.My hands are sore,but my heart is happy

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Rumer Guario

Rumer Elisabetta Guario’s practice aims to decipher ideas of memory and morality, innocence and longing through the creation of drawings, sculptures and installations. Embedded with influences from pop culture, music, film and personal narratives, her work is a testament to the poignant and uncanny that lay beneath the cute and the eerie. Pulling apart aesthetic perspectives in both contemporary society and throughout history, her practice considers the role of art objects as vessels to discuss the beautiful and complex oddities of the human mind.