Reflected Perceptions

My good friend jeweller Lousje Skala, who I met when we were fellow MFA students at Monash, is showing her new range of works at Fehily Contemporary in their Loft Gallery space, beginning this Saturday with an opening reception from 3-5pm. The exhibition runs from the 13th of September until the 6th of October.

Lousje Skala, Analogy Bracelet, 2012. ABS, vacuum aluminium coating. 6.5 x 14cm. Photography: Jeremy Dillon

From her invitation media:

Reflected Perceptions is an exhibition of contemporary jewellery by Lousje Skala. Skala uses mirror as leitmotif and metaphor, and reflection as both material and concept. These rich and complex notions, on an intimate scale, investigate the significance of the reflective worn object on the human body. The intention is to fully engage the viewer and to hold as “twere the mirror up to nature” (Hamlet).

Lousje Skala. Photographer: Linda Wachtel

Fehily Contemporary
3a Glasshouse Road Collingwood, Victoria Melbourne, Australia
Wednesday to Saturday: 11:00am to 5:30pm or by appointment