Danae Ripley’s work situates the human form within interior arenas. She frames enigmatic figures within atmospheric fields of paint. Echoes, passages and planes become devices that pause the uncertain scenes. The paintings recall spaces that are familiar and safe, yet can quickly defamiliarise and unravel for the individual.
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Book by Danae Ripley
Nine Artists collects different movements in painting, drawing and sculpture by Aotearoa artists. The articles, interviews and short essays chart practices devoted to the task of arranging form and its infinite potential, whether through colour, brushwork, shape or line.
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