Bloom is an exhibition of new bone sculptures by Gerard Geer. In Bloom, Geer explores the relationships between plants and animals, in terms of both form and function, with a series of intricate sculptures created from animal bones. This is Geer's second solo show at the gallery.
Opening reception: Saturday, October 6, from 6pm – 9pm. Free entry. Gerard Geer will be in attendance.
This exhibition runs from October 7 to October 28 and runs alongside Sam Yong’s solo show, Crucible.
Nature takes the central focus as flowers, grasses, and fungi spring up from fertile landscapes. Growing out of crystallised animal remains, they reclaim and redistribute the energies. The creatures in this collection act as pollinators and work in harmony with both the plants and each other to proliferate. Delicate flowers, made with repeating sequences of bone, mirror the shapes and structures from which their nutrients are derived. This collection considers these intricate relationships, and the title...