meandering space: turquoise, dark blue and green 2010

images © Gail Hastings 2020 (unless otherwise specified)

meandering space: turquoise, dark blue and green 2010 first appeared in Leave the line standing at the St Canice's Annex, Sydney, in 2010. meandering space: turquoise, dark blue and green is one of two in the limited edition meandering space. The artwork's medium includes acrylic and lead pencil on wood, watercolour and lead pencil on paper, and comprises of four components measuring, overall, 184 x (128 + X) x X cm.

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Encyclopaedia of a meandering connection in art
In the outer room, he could not find the centre­ — the meaning. In the central room, he could not find the outer form — the meaning’s presence. After much toing and froing between the two in search for the missing part of each, he suddenly realised it was in this space of meandering that the two became complete.

  • where: 1 connection = 10 meanders; and 1 meander = 10 wonderings
  • outer room
  • central room
  • stairs
  • stares
  • table and chairs
  • where one can have a cup of tea
  • bookshelf
  • and couch
  • a desk at which to write
  • the space of two and a half connections