The Henry Jones is proud to present Terence Munday’s latest exhibition Nocturne.
In this exhibition Terence captures the unique Australian landscape in exquisite detail under the cover of darkness. Armed with a keen eye and his camera lens, Terence takes us on a journey from the Northern Territory to Tasmania, ‘painting’ the landscape with light beams to reveal it’s hidden beauty.
Please join us on opening night for drinks with the artist on Wednesday, 12th December 2018,
5:30 – 7:30 pm
Location: The Packing Room, IXL Atrium (25 Hunter Street, Hobart).
Artist Statement and Biography:
Like many, I used to view the landscape as a constant that needed no investigation. It was viewed as something to be traversed if one wanted to get somewhere else. A chance encounter with the work of Ansell Adams literally changed my life. It made me actually see the detail and it has been the ongoing study of this detail that has provided me with the composure and contentment to negotiate the instability of our times.
I have created the work contained in this exhibition in the hope that the viewer will not only see the big picture, but will become immersed in the detail contained therein. To this end, all the work has been made at night. This eliminates distractions such as cloud structure and provides the negative space required to highlight the detail illuminated in the work.
-Terence Munday 2018
Since graduating from UTAS with a Research Masters Degree, Terence has exhibited his photography based artworks locally, nationally and in the USA.