|Medium||Ink on paper|
|Dimensions||30.5 x 24.1 cm|
About the work
This drawing is of a pomegranate from my neighbour Maria’s garden, made in a combination of drawing and printing; using ink on Japanese paper.
About the artist:
Born 1959 Singapore, Simryn Gill lives and works in Sydney.
Gill often works with materials and imagery from her immediate surroundings, making large series in processes that include photography, drawing, printing, making collections, and making and altering objects. She also works with texts, writes and publishes.
Selected solo exhibitions include Soft Tissue, Jhaveri Contemporary, Mumbai (2019); Passing Through, Utopia Art, Sydney (2019); Works on Paper, Kohta, Helsinki (2018); Traveling Light, Lund Konsthalle (2017); The (hemi)cycle of leaves and paper, Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent (2016); Floating, three accounts, Tracy Williams Ltd, New York (2015); and Hugging the Shore, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art, Singapore (2015). Selected group exhibitions include Down to Earth, Gropius Bau, Berlin (2020); The Penumbral Age, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw (2020); Home is a Foreign Place, The Met Breuer, New York (2019); Modern Nature, Drawing Room, London (2019); Among the Trees, Hayward Gallery, London (2019); A Beast, a God and a Line, Dhaka Art Summit (2018); Superposition: Equilibrium and Engagement, 21st Biennale of Sydney (2018); Minimalism: Space. Light. Object, National Gallery, Singapore (2018); A Temporary Futures Institute, M HKA, Antwerp (2017); and Windows, Jhaveri Contemporary, Mumbai (2017).