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Nuha Saad: Imagined Constellations

In sharp contrast to the ever-growing presence and dimensions of warehouse-cum-gallery spaces, there is the James Dorahy Project Space. Perched above Macleay Street in Potts Point, it’s a refreshingly intimate and domestic feeling space. The attraction lies not only the New York apartment feel of the gallery, but in the represented artists and this week, […]
By Genevieve O'Callaghan
October 01, 2009
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Nuha Saad: Imagined Constellations

In sharp contrast to the ever-growing presence and dimensions of warehouse-cum-gallery spaces, there is the James Dorahy Project Space. Perched above Macleay Street in Potts Point, it’s a refreshingly intimate and domestic feeling space. The attraction lies not only the New York apartment feel of the gallery, but in the represented artists and this week, […]
By Genevieve O'Callaghan
October 01, 2009
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In sharp contrast to the ever-growing presence and dimensions of warehouse-cum-gallery spaces, there is the James Dorahy Project Space.

Perched above Macleay Street in Potts Point, it’s a refreshingly intimate and domestic feeling space. The attraction lies not only the New York apartment feel of the gallery, but in the represented artists and this week, JDPS presents Nuha Saad: Imagined Constellations.

Saad is interested in form and colour, order and repetition. Continually interrogating domestic space, the Sydney-based artist's past work has incorporated the finer details of the home, like cornices and skirting boards, commenting on the trimmings we add to the necessities.

Imagined Constellations features a series of wooden blocks, some painted, some not. The poetry is in their constellation – patterns and forms emerge from Saad’s placement of the pieces, and also from the wood itself. The cross section of the wood is like a thumbprint, at once individual and universal. As the title suggests, the arrangement of the forms here are guides to something greater in our universe.

















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