13 June – 1 July 2006: Jodie Goldring – Boundary between Self and Other


Gallery 2

Boundary Between Self and Other is a quiet collection of sculptures and drawings. Since 2000 Goldring has been refining a weaving technique that utilises copper wire. Goldring draws from the repetition found in nature for the foundation of her forms. The result is an organic collection of woven wire. These elaborate structures tendril through the gallery.

Delicate webbed shadows are cast by each sculpture. The shadows projected from the woven objects create the starting point for the series of colourful drawings.

Boundary Between Self and Other is a calm and contemplative investigation into the connections that link individuals. The exhibition is an autobiographical exploration of identity through pattern making and repetition.