a solo exhibition by Nada DeCat
22 – 27th June, 2017
Opening Night 22nd June 6-9pm
Born in Nagasaki, Sydney-based artist Nada DeCat pulls from the depths of a journey through migration, oppression, isolation and community to create work both visually stunning, and charged with meaning. Meditating on themes of social injustice and spirituality, DeCat explores painting as a series of finite gestures: a creation of ephemeral space where the occult encounters the everyday, and the mundane is placed beside the magical.