8 - 30 March
Rebecca Hasselman’s solo exhibition, Suspended Terrain, explores ways that a thoughtful, personal connection to the land can be articulated through paint. These new works draw from Hasselman’s time in the high country of the South Island.
Perspective is removed, and colours and forms taken from the landscape are flattened and abstracted through the artist’s subjective process. Through these formal considerations, the works present a poetic space for immersion and contemplation at a time when human relationships with the land are becoming increasingly detached.