Fragments: A Printed Environment is an archive of Tamika Grant-Iramu’s experiences and impressions of multiple environments that she has encountered. By investigating the shapes and movements that are created by the contrast between structure and nature, Grant-Iramu uses printmaking as a tool for reimagining that environment, responding to natural forms that exist within diverse urban and suburban contexts. Grant-Iramu’s work brings into focus aspects of the natural environment that often go unnoticed and yet are an important part of the identity and culture of place. Tamika Grant-Iramu is represented by Onespace Gallery.
An exhibition held in conjunction with National Reconciliation Week 2020.
SUNDAY 3 MAY –
SUNDAY 21 JUNE 2020
6.30pm Friday 1 May 2020
Floor Talk and Morning Tea:
10am Sunday 31 May 2020
Image: Tamika Grant-Iramu, Carving Memories: Propagation by roots (detail) 2019, vinyl cut on Hahnemuhle paper, 200 cm x 270cm. Courtesy of the artist and Onespace Gallery. Photography by Louis Lim.