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Kirra Galleries, Melbourne

This body of work is structured around lines from “Four Quartets (Burnt Norton)” by T.S. Eliot. This poem is rich with visual imagery and uses the notion of memory to understand words and life as they transcend beyond time. The garden image
is employed to invoke memories within the poem while also creating a shared imaginative space rich with promise but poignantly connected to the past.

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