Noël Skrzypczak – Talking to Strangers

Noël Skrzypczak, 'Talking to Strangers', synthetic polymer paint, soap, glass, silicon, 2011

Talking to Strangers, Noel Skrzypczak’s current installation at Heide features a rorshach-like wall painting flanked by a pair of sculptural biomorphic blobs.  While the wall work’s broad bands of colour allude to landscape, its sculptural counterparts recall the body in shiny, scented mounds of pinks and blacks.  Skrzypczak’s intention was to create an ‘alien landscape’, but for Leg of Lamb the work speaks of human interiors, both physical and psychological, fused together by an artist with a clear reverence for the plasticity of paint.

Noel Skrzypczak, Talking to Strangers, Heide Museum of Modern Art, 7 Templestowe Road, Bulleen, Melbourne, until October 9th.

Noël Skrzypczak – Talking to Strangers

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