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Trespass  

Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours) Frist Class

Abstract

Trespass investigates the changing stages of perception between what can be seen as the ‘real’ and ‘unreal’ within the urban/suburban context. The project arises from the supposition that there is a dichotomy between the everyday world as lived by the urban majority, and their experience and perception of the supposedly natural landscape and environment. The investigation uses collage to represent and compare the constructed realness of urban everyday life, referred to in this research as the ‘inside’, with the apparently unconstructed natural environment, or landscape, termed the ‘outside’. The artwork in the Trespass series explores the aesthetic tension between natural landscapes of South East Queensland and the built environment of suburbs, and reflects an autobiographical positioning and cultural identity which informs the practice-led research. By using the lens of self-perception to question which environment is most real – the suburban ‘inside’ environment or a natural ‘outside’ landscape – the artworks also offer the contradistinctive view experienced by visitors and travellers, and proposes that their viewing context, being largely informed by picture-perfect ‘fictional’ ideals of the Australian lifestyle, differs from the autobiographical view.












 

Brontë Naylor
Ocean, Ocean, Ocean 
2019,
timber, rope, commerical printing, giclée print, frammed in tasmaniam oak.

Brontë Naylor
Ocean on Dune
2019,
timber, rope, commerical printing, giclée print, frammed in tasmaniam oak.


Brontë Naylor
In Plain Air
2019,
Exterior house paint, logs set to be burnt.
4 x 10 x 6 m.

Brontë Naylor
Inside Air  
2019,
Exterior house paint, logs from site, perspex, ply, found plastic, giclée print, frammed in tasmaniam oak.
2.4 x 2.4 x 0.4 m





Brontë Naylor
Stand
2018,
Acrylic on board
910 x 610 mm.
Brontë Naylor
Sit
2018,
Acrylic on board
910 x 610 mm
Brontë Naylor
Lean
2018,
Acrylic on board
910 x 610 mm





Brontë Naylor
Foreground
2019,
Acrylic and oil on board
910 x 610 mm.
Brontë Naylor
Background
2019,
Acrylic and oil on board
910 x 610 mm


Brontë Naylor
OUTLOOK
2019,
timber, stainless steel railings, found grass, media player, single channel video,
2 x 2.5 x 2.5m


Brontë Naylor
Analogue Projection
2019,
perspex, bucket, breeze blocks, water, wire, brick
2.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 m







Brontë Naylor
Sky Window
2019,
Giclée print, frammed tasmanian oak.
320 x 450 mm
Brontë Naylor
Car Yard
2019,
Giclée print, frammed tasmanian oak.
320 x 450 mm

Brontë Naylor
Sunset Sheets
2019,
Giclée print, frammed tasmanian oak.
320 x 450 mm