Unlike previous exhibitions, “Sum of its parts” features fragments of figures and faces as though they are too big to fit on the canvas. The portraits are bursting out from the restraints of the canvas edges. They don’t want to fit “inside the box”.
Eloise Cato is an Australian artist who has recently joined the Contemporary art scene. Cato’s practice examines the notion of natural disasters as natural abstractions. In a broad sense the cannons of association, duality, materiality, sensationalism, art and language. Using the associations of relevant conceptualised entities to create hyper-real pastiches.