SUPERLINEAR | GROUP EXHIBITION
11 June — 4 July 2015
GALLERY RE-LAUNCH AND EXHIBITION OPENING | Thursday June 11, 6 – 8pm
Dedicating to promoting the practices of local artists Spiro Grace Art Rooms (SGAR) is delighted to announce the relaunch of our Spring Hill gallery at 6pm on Thursday June 11 with the group exhibition ‘Superlinear’.
Highlighting intersections of mathematics and art Superlinear explores line as a point of movement and it’s departure from the two dimensional plane. The exhibition observes the prevalence of line across the practices of three Brisbane emerging artists, Genine Marie Larin, Meagan Streader and Robert Andrew. In mathematical terms Superlinear refers to a curve that departs from linear in a concave upward manner, describing a function that grows faster than a linear one. Within the exhibition this definition becomes an allegory for the departure from the two-dimensional pane to the intersection of line in space.
Photographed by Louis Lim