Through works on paper Marina Campbell explores the organisation of form and structure in space. Campbell solves geometric puzzles in the attic to bring the viewer to a momentary revelation where line and memory meet. Works on paper is set in the attic, filled with dusty lines, panes of closed glass and acute angles.
Mixed media such as mono prints, acrylic paint, egg tempera and gouache instinctivly come together in pursuit of that moment of clarity. The brain ticks over Campbell’s architecture of chosen line while thought, time and space quietly merge.
Marina Campbell is an established Melbourne artist and teacher. This is her second solo exhibtion at red gallery.