Bench and more art by Pam Patterson

Bench, 2020
92 x 250 cm (h x w)

In Bench, as panoramic photo-diptych, I use the metaphor of the castle garden. To be in such a garden is to stand in the middle of a vision of the world—the garden is in itself a cosmological statement where within its symmetrical plan and ordered framework, particularity is seemingly understood to be varied, fertile and hospitable. But how is this order maintained? What are the underlying expectations? Here this distorted garden bench acts in image to create a disturbance inviting us to see, through a contemporary anthropogenic lens, the Holocene ruptured and reassessed through a now insidiously altered topography.

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other works by Pam Patterson

World Upside Down: Turning Blu..., 2020-2021
100 x 120 cm (h x w)
Digital Manipulated Photography

Choléra: Grosse-Île, 2020
39 x 98 inch (h x w)
Photo-Digital Print

The Greeting
40 x 35 inch (h x w)

more from Quest Art School + Gallery

Jazz and Cocktails, 2021
14 x 14 inch (h x w)
Mixed media on board panel

Reinventing the Pine, 2021
12 x 12 inch (h x w)
Mixed acrylic mediums

16 x 16 inch (h x w)
Mixed media

18 x 12 inch (h x w)
Mixed media

Spring is Yellow, 2021
24 x 24 inch (h x w)
Oil on canvas


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