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ASH KEATING: PRESSURE

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ASH KEATING: PRESSURE

25 Nov 2023 – 17 Mar 2024

Experience the joy of colour and movement in Ash Keating’s new painting installation at Bunjil Place Gallery this summer. 

The way colour and form can play with space and viewer perceptions is at the heart of Ash Keating’s latest exhibition PRESSURE. Presented as one work in nine parts, PRESSURE is a sequence of large-scale paintings that encompass the viewer in a field of shifting colour and gesture.   

Drawing on the tradition of action painting, that welcomes spontaneity and improvisation, Keating has refined a distinct methodology of intuitive actions and mark making using varying propulsion and gravity-based techniques. Looking back to the raw energy of his site-specific outdoor paintings of the early 2000s, Keating has approached PRESSURE as a testing ground – a new body of work created as a celebration of experimentation, that draws upon 20 years of practice and the memories deeply held in body and mind. 

Complemented by a cinematic film tracing the mesmerizing details of artist and paint in motion during the making process, PRESSURE is an invitation to audiences to slow down and immerse in an environment designed for respite and reflection.

Image: Installation image, Ash Keating: PRESSURE, 25 November 2023 until 17 March 2024, Bunjil Place. Photo credit: Mathew Stanton

Gallery Details

Bunjil Place Gallery
Bunjil Place
2 Patrick Northeast Drive
Narre Warren VIC 3805
T: 03 9709 9700
E: bunjilplace@casey.vic.gov.au
W: bunjilplace.com.au

Opening Hours
Tuesday - Sunday: 10am–5pm
Entry is Free

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Gallery Info

The Public Galleries Association of Victoria (PGAV) acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the lands where our office is located, and all Traditional Owners of country throughout Victoria and Australia. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples enduring traditions and continuing creative cultures. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.