Roberta Thornley

Anthem

06 September - 01 October 2011

“An anthem might be described as a song of celebration. For me it evokes ritual and ceremony. Our own ceremonies are often personal performances. They are moments we hold inside ourselves, upon ourselves and around us and they resonate with the same timbre.

Our own Anthems celebrate victory and loss and the unknown, as well as hope, promise and disaster.”


ROBERTA THORNLEY
SEPTEMBER 2011

Photography: Kallan Macleod

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Roberta Thornley
Jenny
2011
Archival pigment ink photograph mounted on aluminium
1020mm H x 710mm W
EDITION SOLD OUT

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Roberta Thornley
Anthem
2011
archival pigment ink photograph mounted on aluminium
910mm H x 645mm W
Edition: 3 + 1 AP

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Roberta Thornley
Untitled (Son)
2011
archival pigment ink photograph mounted on aluminium
910mm H x 645mm W
AP ONLY AVAILABLE

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Roberta Thornley
Fall
2011
archival pigment ink photograph mounted on aluminium
590mm H x 400mm W
EDITION SOLD OUT

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Roberta Thornley
Arch
2011
archival pigment ink photograph mounted on aluminium
590mm H x 400mm W
Edition: 3 + 1 AP

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Roberta Thornley
Foam
2011
archival pigment ink photograph mounted on aluminium
645mm H x 910mm W
Edition: 3 + 1 AP

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Roberta Thornley
Still Life
2011
archival pigment ink photograph mounted on aluminium
645mm H x 910mm W
EDITION SOLD OUT

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Roberta Thornley
Untitled (Drop)
2011
archival pigment ink photograph mounted on aluminium
1020mm H x 710mm W
AP ONLY AVAILABLE

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Roberta Thornley
Anthem
September 2011
Installation View

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Roberta Thornley
Anthem
September 2011
Installation View

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Roberta Thornley
Anthem
September 2011
Installation View

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Roberta Thornley
Anthem
September 2011
Installation View

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Roberta Thornley
Anthem
September 2011
Installation View

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Roberta Thornley
Anthem
September 2011
Installation View