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Multi Rhythmic Fluidity and BAM Exhibition at Refinery ArtSpace

You are also warmly invited to join Penelope Civil for her a celebration of her exhibition of paintings on aluminium and canvas.
Multi Rhythmic Fluidity.
Nov 6 – Dec 2
Monday 13th November. 5.30pm.
Penelope Civil, an abstract expressionist based in Tāmaki Makaurau describes a mysterious dynamism in the artistic process. Rhythmic orientation has been described within theoretical and interdisciplinary dialogue, as a stance that seeks inclusivity in the negotiation of contradictions or differences that exist within frameworks of multiplicity. and diversity.
The words ‘polarisation’ and ‘uncertainty’ have been used to express the ‘out-of-sync’ aspects of the socio-political and environment landscape. The need for coexistence and the questions it brings forth are an ever-present concern. My material experimentation has focussed on the application of atmospheric rhythms in the form of gradients and colour passages, and gestural mark-making and how these disparate rhythms may coexist within pictorial space.
Penelope will be exhibiting in Gallery One alongside the BAM NMIT Graduate exhibition in Gallery TWO.
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Come and congratulate the graduating students of the NMIT | Te Pūkenga Bachelor of Arts and Media programme with an opening and awards presentation.
Monday 13th November.
Refinery ArtSpace
114 Hardy St
We are very much looking forward to raising a glass with them and celebrating their achievement.


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