Main Gallery > 22 March – 28 April 2019
Opening night | 6pm Friday 22 March 2019
As astronomers discover more about our universe, they find it is often stranger than we could have imagined. David Jensz’s practice involves the construction and fabrication of sculptural objects that reflect on the patterns that underpin the intricacy of life. The simplicity in his work alludes to greater complexity and he views the work as fragments of a much larger whole. In practical terms, Jensz contemplates the world by engaging with physical materials: his working process is a journey from the known to the unknown.
About David Jensz >
David Jensz lives and works in Murrumbateman, and has taught at the ANU School of Art & Design for almost 30 years. He has had 29 solo exhibitions across Australia, Thailand and the USA, including four separate exhibitions at the O.K. Harris Gallery in New York. He has been selected to exhibit in the McClelland Sculpture Prize (2003 & 2012), Helen Lempriere Sculpture Award (2005 & 2006) and the National Sculpture Prize at the National Gallery of Australia (2001, 2003 & 2005). Jensz was also the recipient of an Asialink Scholarship in Thailand, an Australia Council residency in New York and Tokyo, and has been commissioned to create public artworks in Newcastle and Canberra.