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Metro Arts presents Mould, and questions the construction of the contemporary human experience.
By Alice Bopf
September 23, 2012
By Alice Bopf
September 23, 2012
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In a continuation of the Brisbane Festival arts showcases, Metro Arts presents Mould. The solo exhibition by local visual artist Richard Stride is one which displays his interests in opposing forces and tensions he observes within the built environment.

Stride’s works seek to question the role of geometry and structure in the contemporary human experience, particularly surrounding our conception of simplicity and complexity, order and disorder.  Mould furthers this notion, and considers the relationships within construction formwork. He does so with mixed mediums to look at notions of control, investigating the double meaning of the exhibition title. It is just one of many immersive and intriguing art pieces on display for the Festival, and is sure to ask all the right questions.

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