Anneke Silver has been a practicing artist for over 30 years and is currently an Adjunct Associate Professor at the College of Music, Visual Arts and Theatre at James Cook University, Townsville, North Queensland. Her recent work has been inspired by two passions - landscape and the geometric configurations of shadows cast by buildings; she is particularly interested in the formal qualities that determine the character of a building or place. She explores what buildings can reveal about the psyche of the person who built, designed or maintained them. For Anneke Hill End is rich in architectural heritage and an inspirited place. During her residency she will engage in an exploration of absence and presence; traces of human activity and presence, and the common ground between geometry and representation.
Sponsored by NSW Ministry for the Arts.