June 29, 2018
Writer Andrew Stephens is drawn to the “darkly magical” aspect of Liam Garstang’s solo show ‘The Shepherd’s Crook’. For the July / August issue of Art Guide Australia, Stephens discusses how the show’s “images, spectral and evocative, emerge. [Garstang] talks of eerie old houses, water divining, the suspenseful sounds used in sci-fi and horror cinema, creaking noises, a post-apocalyptic aesthetic, and the powerful image of the twin hanging trees that he relates to the high suicide rates experienced in regional communities.”
The Shepherd’s Crook will be on display until 21.07.18.
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