MARION BORGELT PRIMORDIAL SERIES

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In Borgelt participated at the Biennale of Sydney and three years later in Australian Perspecta. It was hot and dusty, wheat fields shimmering as far as the eye could see. Marion Borgelt grew up near Nhill , in the Wimmera district of Victoria. This page was last edited on 13 December , at We are struck by the power of the pieces, finding them beguiling and occasionally unsettling. When I was about seventeen, I was desperate to leave. Splitting Into One No. The paintings and cut works appear alive, animated by vivid colours in metallics and oils.

Website by The Building Block. There were, of course, the wonderful vernacular structures of the wheat silos, which dotted the horizon. Australian Painters on the Question of Creativity, R. Retrieved from ” https: Ian Lloyd Productions, Sydney, Marion Borgelt born is a contemporary Australian artist based in Sydney. In Borgelt participated at the Biennale of Sydney and three years later in Australian Perspecta.

This page was last edited on 13 Decemberat The reds that predominated during the s, were now substituted with the choice of yellows, the blues and the purples. The natural beauty of her native Australia has mzrion been a strong source of inspiration for Borgelt and it has found its expression in the abstract language priimordial her early works.

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Views Read Borggelt View history. In summer it felt like we lived under the sun. When I was about seventeen, I was desperate to leave. Ervin Gallery, Sydney Review: While various shapes have different significance for Borgelt, the circle, as she states,” […] embraces to me the most, and the oval too to a certain degree, but the circle seems to serids to me ‘totality.

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The year marked a change in Borgelt’s palette.

Her exhibition Sol y Sombrafor instance, which was held in the Sherman Galleries in Sydney, drew inspiration from her travels serise Spain. Borgelt’s French palette mainly featured blacks, reds and whites. Marion Borgelt draws inspiration from subjects such as semiotics, language, cosmology and phenomenology to create atavistic fantasies and mysteries in the forms of painting, sculpture and installation.

As for the landscape itself, she “was always both impressed and haunted by the vast flat open space of the Wimmera. vorgelt

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She has also participated in a number of group exhibitions at national and international events. As the ancient philosopher Heraclitus said: Figures F, B, E, A. There were, of course, the wonderful vernacular structures of the wheat silos, which pimordial the horizon.

It seems perfectly natural to me — I am very comfortable with maths, science and physics in so far as how they provide an inroad to understanding our magical universe. Works from this period include Liquid Light: Altered Books, Artspace Mackay,pp.

Drawing on experience with a wide range of materials, including bees-wax, canvas, felt, pigment, stainless steel, wood, stone and organic matter, she hones her ideas to the demands of a given site, mediating the creative intervention with originality and sensitivity.

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Marion Borgelt born is a contemporary Australian artist borgept in Sydney.

These works are charged with a strength that remains dormant until it encounters the viewer. Splitting Into One No. They illuminate their immediate surroundings creating a lively ambience, enveloping the viewer with their light and apparent motion.

Marion Borgelt

Victoria Lynn notes of Borgelt’s work that, “Energy in her paintings can be as soft as a feather or as turbulent as and fierce as a violent storm. II, Macquarie Galleries, Sydney. In Borgelt won a French government artist’s residency and moved to Paris where she lived for the next nine years.

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The paintings and cut works appear alive, animated by vivid colours in metallics and oils. Her visual explorations of this notion are reflected in the works such as Primordial Logic and Primordial One: It is a place where the earth meets the sky with nothing much in between.

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In Borgelt had a productive collaboration with Adriano Berengo Glass. Borgelt travels extensively around the world, and the experiences that she gains represent continuous sources of inspiration. Roseville East, NSW,p.

Borgelt regularly exhibits in Australia and overseas and has held numerous one-person exhibitions.