by Roger Arnall
Goethe referred to architecture as “frozen music”, and Roger Arnall’s exhibition expands on that idea — that buildings are so much more than meets the eye. In inhabiting the natural world, humans have always created boundaries around ourselves. The exhibition attempts to explore the form, shape and graphics of surfaces and edges, searching to create a resonant beauty that yearns for the comfort of boundaries.
Working in a creative architectural and interior design office for 25 years gave Roger Arnall a love of architectural visual arts. He also enjoys making images that embrace minimalism and strong graphic design.
Roger Arnall, Frozen Music No 1, 2014, Canson rag digital print, 75cm x 56cm (detail)
Please select an entry time
- June 26, 2017 - September 18, 2017
8:00 am - 5:00 pm