5 September – 9 October 1990
Fiona Clark's photographs "stem from the notion of Beauty/Self Beauty". She writes:
In 1977 I had a motor-vehicle accident which left me with considerable plastic surgery and sight in one eye. I have taken hospital files and images of myself as the basis of this work.
Clark's photographs are attached to the scalloped-edged, 'picture' mirrors of 1960's New Zealand, to create images which reverberate with reflections, past and present, personal and cultural.
('Photographs by Adrienne Martyn and Fiona Clark', Bulletin, No.70, September/October, p.4)
This exhibition was held at the McDougall Art Annex at the Arts Centre.
Robert McDougall Art Gallery - Contemporary Art Annex