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Keith Lane

exploring the relationship between inner selves and external reality

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Keith Lane’s work is concerned with the relationship between our inner selves and external reality. The body as the intermediary, the skin as the interface between ourselves and our artifacts: our collective culture.

So, artifacts whether they are representations of the body or our second skin in the form of clothing are overlain with and form a dialogue between various cultural signifiers such as tattoos, fabrics and ceramic designs.

Specifically the representation of clothing (so often the iconic T shirt) is used as a de facto body, a shell or ghost of the missing wearer, also referencing a ceramic ‘body’ thus aligning the body with an artifact and layers of history and differing cultural representations. This can be realised in many forms, he chooses the cultural constructs of painting and sculpture.

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GALLERY PEJEAN - 5th-Anniversary-Exhibition-
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5th Anniversary Exhibition

Exhibitions

1 Nov - 2 Dec 2017

57 George Street, Launceston

Gallery Pejean celebrates its 5th Anniversary with an outstanding group exhibition.

Past events

Editions 2017
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EDITIONS 2017

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57 George Street, Launceston

Editions - A diverse exhibition of artworks using techniques which are able to be produced in editions.
Director's Choice 2016
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Director’s Choice 2016

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57 George Street, Launceston

an annual group exhibition at Gallery Pejean
Gallery Pejean a gallery of contemporary art
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Gallery Pejean

Galleries

57 George Street, Launceston

Gallery Pejean showcases select established and emerging visual artists