Heavy Heavenly Bodies Milani Gallery 2008
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Heavy Heavenly Bodies Milani Gallery 2008

Treatment for Hysteria II 2008 Oil and watercolour on resin 20 x 25cm
Treatment for Hysteria II 2008 Oil and watercolour on resin 20 x 25cm
Madeleine Kelly Consumption 2008 Oil on linen 180 x 270cm
Consumption 2008 Oil on linen 180 x 270cm
Madeleine Kelly What Begins Aloud 2008 Oil on Polyester 120 x 150cm
What Begins Aloud 2008 Oil on Polyester 120 x 150cm
Madeleine Kelly The World as I Know it 2008 Oil on polyester 68 x 135 cm
The World as I Know it 2008 Oil on polyester 68 x 135 cm
Madeleine Kelly Non-Sense 2008 Oil on polyester 25 x 20 cm
Non-Sense 2008 Oil on polyester 25 x 20 cm
Madeleine Kelly Man’s place in the world 2008 Oil on polyester 90 x 115 cm
Man’s place in the world 2008 Oil on polyester 90 x 115 cm
Madeleine Kelly West End Grasshoppers 2008 Oil on polyester 29 x 60 cm
West End Grasshoppers 2008 Oil on polyester 29 x 60 cm
Madeleine Kelly Icarus as Manager 2008 Oil on polyester 110x 170 cm
Icarus as Manager 2008 Oil on polyester 110x 170 cm
Madeleine Kelly Fallout 2008 Oil on linen 180 x 270 cm
Fallout 2008 Oil on linen 180 x 270 cm
Madeleine Kelly Victory Over the Sun 2008 Oil on polyester 133 x 190cm
Victory Over the Sun 2008 Oil on polyester 133 x 190cm
Madeleine Kelly The Boy 2008 Oil on polyester 35 x 28 cm
The Boy 2008 Oil on polyester 35 x 28 cm
Madeleine Kelly Amona 2008 Oil on linen 150 x 240 cm
Amona 2008 Oil on linen 150 x 240 cm
Madeleine Kelly 
The comb of an electron shower 2008 Oil on polyester 90 x 115 cm

The comb of an electron shower 2008 Oil on polyester 90 x 115 cm

The works in Heavy Heavenly Bodies suggest liminal encounters through blurred or hidden identities of forms, where many figures are forsaken but for ghosts. A family processes food under the image of the Doomsday Clock, a lone Jewish settler challenges Israeli security officers at the settlement of Amona (the painting is based on documentary photographer Oded Balilty’s Pulitzer Prize-winning image), and a line of women dressed in national flags reflect current international alliances.

Featured Work

Consumption 2008 Oil on linen 180 x 270cm

Gallery

Milani Gallery

Year

2008