Le Petit Salon de Sculpture
ECHO OF NOTHING 1
28 x 34 x 15cm
Acrylic Perspex, Dichroic film
A transparent Perspex form is transformed by a thin layer of dichroic film to become a sculpture which captures and spreads spectral light effects. Its intention is to engage and delight the viewer with a display of continual change in both the object and the space it occupies.
Anna Dudek plays with forms to highlight the spontaneous movement of natural light. Despite their static state, her sculptures are lively; they actively participate with their surrounding environment and serve to remind us that nothing exists in isolation.
Since graduating with a Master of Fine Art from the National Art School in 2019, Dudek has continued to exhibit in group and solo exhibitions.
In 2021 her sculpture installation After Chinati was judged the winner of Les Sculptures Refusèes at Q Station, Manly. Dudek is represented by Otomys Gallery in Melbourne and her work is held in private collections in Australia, New Zealand, the USA, UK and Singapore.
@annakdudek / annadudeksculpture.com