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Tina Jane Hatton-Gore

It's Chile Out There



A two metre square oil painting exploring the interface between life and non-life. The artist appears in the Chile desert next to a giant cactus. The two rag doll cowboys sit comfortably within the landscape. Their stay-at-home counterparts, a ventriloquist dummy with plaid dressing gown and a rag doll with beautiful bonnet, sit in the foreground, each with their own house cactus planted in Grecian urn. The inside outside theme sits within the life versus non-life theme. How much life is situated within the aura these artefacts exude? How do they so effectively allow their present owners to communicate with previous and future custodians?

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