Spider Alignment is a whimsical look at real-time natural events.
Driven by a chance encounter with a spider, local artist and CDU staff member, Sarah Pirrie has created an installation based on the proposition of the everyday, colliding with the monumentality of a moment.
While spiders are often considered subject for nightmares, Pirrie’s focus is to capture a predatory event which will unfold over an hour and which provides studies of relationship between spider and prey.
Come along to opening night – Thursday 25 May 2006, from 6pm to 9pm, and support Creative Arts & Humanities, the University Art Gallery and local artist Sarah Pirrie.
Drinks will be for sale on the night.
This exhibition takes place in Building 12, Casuarina Campus, Charles Darwin University.
Exhibition runs from 19-26 May – viewings by appointment - contact 0431 973 935.
General gallery inquiries, contact 08 8946 6419.