THE MONOTYPES OF BRENT HARRIS & SUSAN WALD
BY MARIA ZAGALA
‘Like Degas, Wald sought out the stage as a subject for her art. Like Degas’ attraction to the ballet, Wald’s interest in the theatre is about the metaphoric space of the stage. Her subject is human nature, and she approaches its painful limits through the representation of the human body in the moment of performance’
‘The monotype allows her to translate the psychological revelation of the theatre into the symbolic language of light and dark. She works over the pale ghost Impression with brush and ink, adding thick layers of ink with a roller. The scene appears illuminated as though by a strong spotlight.’
Associate Curator of Prints,
Drawings and Photographs
Gallery of South Australia
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