Difficult art decisions: The Blue Pattern

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The artist made Difficult art decisions: The Blue Pattern in 2013 and first exhibited the artwork in 2013 in Sydney Contemporary 13 at The Commercial, Sydney. Difficult art decisions: The Blue Pattern is one of 4 in the unlimited edition Difficult art decisions . The artwork's medium is Oil on wood; watercolour and lead pencil on paper, and comprises of 8 component/s measuring, overall, 54 x 526 x 4.5.

[Watercolour One]
ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF DIFFICULT ART DECISIONS
A pattern repeats indefinitely, yet this one ends in red. We have therefore called this meeting in front

[Floorplan details]
While walking to
the meeting
she
said to him
it is hard to know
if we are
repeating a pattern
being so
caught within it

entrance; stairs; stares; chairs;  where one said to the other ‘procrastination’; The Blue Pattern; red ending

[Watercolour Two]
ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF DIFFICULT ART DECISIONS
of The Blue Pattern to decide whether it succeeds or fails as a pattern of art. As art authorities

[Floorplan details]
While walking to
the meeting
he
said to her
it is hard to know
if we are
repeating a pattern
being so
caught within it

entrance; stares; where someone wondered how long to wait; The Blue Pattern; red ending

[Watercolour Three]
ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF DIFFICULT ART DECISIONS
assigned this difficult art decision we find, ourselves, somewhat caught in our own pattern,

[Floorplan details]
While walking to
the meeting
she
said to him
it is hard to know
if we are
repeating a pattern
being so
caught within it

entrance; stairs; stares; where a chair was sought but not found; The Blue Patter; red ending

[Watercolour Four]
ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF DIFFICULT ART DECISIONS
unable to reach the meeting. On this day and date we therefore suspend the meeting until tomorrow.

[Floorplan details]
While walking to
the meeting
he
said to her
we
have never walked
this way
before

entrance; stares; chairs; The Blue Pattern; red ending