18 September - 5 October 2013
This suite of portraits are made from iron dust. It cuts to the core of our contemporary sense of landscape, and the impact this mining boom has on us all.
Filipino artist Diokno Pasilan lived in Western Australia for 16-years, recently moving to the Victorian town of Ballarat, a place with its own history of resources. Built on gold mining at the turn of the century this is a portrait of the town today.
Diokno is in town for Sydney Contemporary, where his work will be presented by The Drawing Room. SLOT it delighted to present this satellite exhibition.
Installing exhibition with SLOT co-director Tony Twigg