Ramp Gallery: What If Matter Mattered?
Julia Christey's paintings challenge the viewer to consider the interface of human existence and the natural world around them.
Opening night: 4pm, Thursday 30 June
Exhibition runs: 27 June – 22 July, 2022
Julia Christey is a contemporary artist from Kirikiriroa/ Hamilton and is currently completing her Master of Arts (visual art/ painting) at Wintec School of Media Arts. Through her beautifully evocative paintings she challenges the viewer to consider the interface of human existence and the natural world around them. Julia’s work often references the Anthropocene, which describes the most recent period of earth’s history when human activity started to have a significant impact on the planet’s climate and ecosystems. Her work responds to this time of ecological crisis and environmental challenge by capturing the uneasy presence of human industry.
Ramp Gallery is free to attend and open to all visitors on Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 10:00 – 2:30pm, or by appointment.
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