An end to approachable space presents works that acknowledges, prohibits or re-evaluates the physical gallery space and one’s movements within it. Responding to three-dimensional space and architecture, Streader uses line and light within sculpture and installation to communicate distinctions between existing spatial elements and physical experience.
Meagan Streader’s work pushes the limits of light within sculpture and installation. The Melbourne-based artist manipulates, reinterprets and extends upon the boundaries of constructed spaces. Through site-specific interventions, Streader’s multidimensional use of light re-orientates the viewer’s relationship to the pre-existing architecture and scale of a given space. In this way, Streader’s work reveals the pervasive role of light in governing physical and social navigations of fabricated spaces.
Originally from Brisbane, Streader is now based in Melbourne.
Kyneton Contemporary Inc acknowledges the support of Stockroom Kyneton in making this project possible.