SELECTED RECENT WORK

ESTHER NEATE

Passage #3

Passage #3

Digital inkjet print on Canson Rag

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passage_2.jpg

Neate_Scorched 1.jpg

Neate_Scorched 1.jpg

Neate_This too

Neate_This too

Neate_Scorched 2.jpg

Neate_Scorched 2.jpg

Untitled-3.jpg

Untitled-3.jpg

Untitled-4.jpg

Untitled-4.jpg

Passage #1

Passage #1

Digital inkjet print on Canson Rag

Passage #2

Passage #2

Digital inkjet print on Canson Rag

Passage #4

Passage #4

Digital inkjet print on Canson Rag

 
Passages, 2013

 

Digital inkjet print on Canson Rag

Up to 16 monoprints from scorched woodblock plates have been scanned and digitally layered for each image

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Reflecting Wall, 2013

 

Relationships between the viewer, artwork and institution are explored through photographing the reflections of artworks mingled with traces of traffic on the weathered gallery floor

Neate_This too
Neate_This too
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Neate_Scorched 1.jpg
Neate_Scorched 1.jpg
passage_2.jpg
Neate_Scorched 2.jpg
Untitled-3.jpg
Untitled-4.jpg
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Time Lapses, 2012 - 2013

 

The breakdown and build-up of 'surface' is traced over time through monoprints and repetition

Reflecting Wall #1
Reflecting Wall #2
Reflecting Wall #3
Reflecting Wall #4
Reflecting Wall #5
Reflecting Wall #6
Reflecting Wall #7
Ephemera Installation
Untitled (Woodblock 1)
Untitled (Woodblock 2)
Charged
"Even Where We..." (Detail)
"Even Where We..."
4 min 20 sec
Time piece
Exhibition view
 
Untitled (Line Drawings), 2013

 

Pen on Paper

Intuitive responses to place

Line drawing 1
Line drawing 2
Line drawing 3
Line drawing 4
Council Pickup
Council Pickup
Council Pickup
Council Pickup
Council Pickup
Council Pickup
 
Council Pickup, 2012

 

Digital Photography

Documentary photographs reflecting on western consumerism and presenting relationships between society, objects and space

Charged
Untitled (Woodblock 1)
Untitled (Woodblock 2)
(Detail) "Even Where We..."
"Even Where We..."
 
Council Pickup, 2012

 

Digital Photography

Documentary photographs reflecting on western consumerism and presenting relationships between society, objects and space