A photographic exhibition, exploring the gift of human life and the building blocks that contribute to our humanness and individuality, will open in Adelaide this week.
“Body and Soul” brings together Adelaide photographers Naomi Clarke, Paul Clarke, Dianne Davies, Paul Tait and Mandi Whitten, who each have a distinctive approach to their work.
Their collaboration aims to investigate the complex duality of body and soul.
“If conscience were the voice of the soul, passion would be the voice of the body,” said Jean? Jacques Rousseau.
Naomi Clarke’s creativity and passion stems from within and drives the soul to the outside world.
Paul Clarke’s essence of passion and the feeling of one's soul is expessed and inspired by those activities that excite the mind.
Dianne Davies photography is motivated by her desire to bring the joys of lasting images to the minds of all who view her work.
Inspired by movement and the human form, Paul Tait has produced four pieces that project sensuality.
Mandi Whitten’s photographs are conceived through her belief that too many people live in isolation, sometimes physical, but mostly emotional. We all need people to make us
Derrick McManus (STAR Force Officer, “Shot 14 times and still smiling!”) will officially launch the exhibition at 7pm on Wednesday 4 November 2009 at the Edgewater Gallery. The exhibition will run to the 28th of November, 2009.
The Edgewater Gallery, one of Adelaide's newest art exhibition spaces, presents the talents of some of Adelaide's leading artists. Located in the vibrant Port Adelaide precinct at 87 Carlisle Street, Ethelton, the Gallery is open daily from 10am to 5pm.
For further information, contact Edgewater Gallery on 08 8242 6017