Deborah Crowe

Gardening Leave


Archival pigment print on Ilford fine art paper

1080mm (H) x 920mm (W) x 35mm (D)

Framed with conservation glass

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Artist Statement

A digital collage proposing a hypothetical space where architecture and flora intersect to create an imaginary garden with sinister underpinnings. Buried below the lush foliage are documentary photographs from landfill. This work is part of an ongoing series that explores the artist's hopes and fears about our future environment.

About the Artist

Deborah Crowe

Deborah Crowe is a visual artist working in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand. Her practice involves building 2D and 3D environments that explore architectural, spatial and environmental characteristics. Originally trained in textiles, underpinning all of Crowe’s work is the concept of weaving threads of ideas together; assembling imagery, materials and objects to observe, explore and propose real and imaginary scenarios.
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