Flatland, a solo exhibition of new works by Anna Louise Richardson explores the problematic dichotomy of rural and urban identity within a broader narrative of place and disconnection within rural Australia. Presented in the expansive architecture of PS Art Space, Flatland aims to immerse an audience in her personal dialogue with the land that continues to characterise her outlook. Bringing together large-scale drawing, installation and cinematic video works, Anna examines the ongoing implications of generational exodus that have fractured and re-defined our relationships with the Australian rural landscape.
Anna Louise Richardson, Struck, 2015, conte on cement fibreboard on hollow core door, 204 x 609cm.
Anna Louise Richardson, Post, 2015, conte on cement fibreboard on hollow core door, 204 x 348cm.
Anna Louise Richardson, Flatland, 2015, two channel HD video, edition of 5, 10 minutes.