– Aodhan Madden –

By December 2014

Subtly alternating between image and object, Croggon introduces a slight gap, as one image, the figurative element, is overlaid onto the other, touching its edge. As before, the lines still converge – line meets pole, shadow meets leg – yet there is this pause that allows for oscillation between connection and disconnection, dependence and independence, as the viewer moves through the space of the gallery.

Zoë Croggon, Comalco aluminium used in the construction of the National Gallery of Victoria (after Wolfgang Sievers),2014; photo-collage, 87 x 60 cm; courtesy Daine Singer, Melbourne