JANET LAURENCE

 Janet Laurence,  What Colour is the Sacred? (Black)  (detail), 2018, plywood, acrylic, mirror, details of Karel Dujardin ‘Self-portrait’ 1662 printed on archival cotton rag, Oil glaze on acrylic, Carbon, bone, charcoal, ink, pigment, scientific glass, Barite, Goethite, Hematite, 45 x 60 x 45cm.

Janet Laurence, What Colour is the Sacred? (Black) (detail), 2018, plywood, acrylic, mirror, details of Karel Dujardin ‘Self-portrait’ 1662 printed on archival cotton rag, Oil glaze on acrylic, Carbon, bone, charcoal, ink, pigment, scientific glass, Barite, Goethite, Hematite, 45 x 60 x 45cm.

JANET LAURENCE has been invited to speak at 'Between Subjects and Collectiveness' at INHOTIM Institute, Brazil on 13 September 2018. The 4th International Education Seminar at Inhotim is focused on transformations subjects go through and their relationship with the environment in which they live. With guests from Brazil, Argentina, Austria, Chile, Colombia, India and Russia, the seminar proposes a reflection on the separation between the social and environmental dimension in contemporary life.

Panel Discussion 13 September | How can art question subject –environment relations?

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