Melbourne-based artist, Anne Scott Wilson, often makes site-specific artworks, allowing her practice to explore ways in which meaning is made through motion and interaction – primarily using video and photography.
Her works evoke an emotional and physical response from the viewers, involving a somnambulistic body response – the intuitive body that houses all memory of movement, voluntary and involuntary in reaction and response to space. Wilson has created new architectural interventions at the Post Office Gallery, bringing the outside world inside and taking the inside world out by altering and reconfiguring the existing physical space through light and colour.
Post Office Gallery
Until November 24, 2012
Wet Motion, 2012, digital still on canvas
Courtesy the artist and Post Office Gallery, Ballarat