JANIS NEDELA : RUNNING BACKWARDS
9 September - 7 October 2007
SATOR AREPO TENET OPERA ROTAS / ‘THE SOWER AREPO HOLDS THE WHEELS WITH CARE’
Found as a graffito at Herculaneum, buried in ash. Date 79AD
Etched acrylic, acrylic paint
For 25 years text has been central to Jnis Nedla’s work, and it has been the book as object which has been his dominant form. In this exhibition he uses etched acrylic to configurate the structure of book pages and with words to playfully adopt palindromes to tease the mind.
All books created in 2007 or otherwise stated.
All books sold as a diptych. Etched Acrylic
All book sizes are 21 x 14 x 3cm (each panel)
All books $ 880 each
Powder coated steel shelf + $ 45
Floor talk 3 pm Sunday 30 September
9 Glyde Street Mosman Park WA 6012 Australia tel/fax +61 8 9384 0890
Exhibition hours Wednesday - Friday 11 - 5pm Sunday 2- 5 and by appointment
Directors: Magda + Douglas Sheerer