Bevan de Wet's new exhibition tells its story partly through the process of artistic production. In The Other Landscape de Wet "revisits old works, collecting test prints and other detritus from his studio. Elements from this material are then hand cut or torn, sometimes painted with inks and dyes, folded and embedded into hand cast paper panels made from Sisal fibres. The material use of Sisal, an invasive plant in South Africa, links to notions of population and occupancy, and explores our complicated relationship with the natural environment."
Exhibition opens July 4 at 18:00 with walkabouts on July 6 and August 3 from 11:00–12:00.