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Last chance to see the other side

Behind the scenes

Julia Morison's Meet me on the other side closes this weekend

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In The Press Andrew Paul Wood described visiting this exhibiton as a visceral experience, saying "...the biomorphic forms seem to have a maudlin, introspective personality of their own." 24 February 2012, GO, p.10.

Judge for yourself - but you only have until Sunday 25 March at 4pm.

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Julia Morison: Meet me on the other side

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Julia Morison's evocative post-quake sculptures and 'liqueurfaction' paintings return to Christchurch for a special showing in a gallery space overlooking the inner-city 'red zone'.

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Some thing, for example
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Julia Morison’s 'Some thing, for example' is like a broken life-support system for the waiting, blob-like entity which, although securely caged, seems more traumatised than dangerous, and without anybody to administer aid.

Like all who experienced the 2010–11 earthquakes in Canterbury, Morison, living near the edge of Christchurch’s cordoned ‘red zone’, was delivered a frequent heightened dose of adrenaline. With this, she encountered new aesthetic possibilities in found, discarded objects; sculptural media of a kind that the physical environment had never previously supplied. From a situation of dislocation and abandonment, she has created work of an unexpected material and formal beauty. (Above ground, 2015)