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Eloise Kirk

Eloise Kirk’s practice oscillates between methodology and subject, drawing on the surreal nature of assemblage and collage and testing the boundaries between the romantic and the unknown.

Eloise draws on the relationship between antiquated art forms and the subject of landscape, geology and exploration, forging connections between discarded images, fetishising and fictionalising landscapes, proliferating a tangled narrative and the colonisation of images and objects.

She composes fragmented, and mysterious objects that are both connected to, and displaced from, their original context, sensitive to the idea that thought will embrace a geographical space in such a way that, regardless if it is real or fictional, it becomes a product of human thought.