Leo Cremonese: The Colour of the Invisible
The Colour of the Invisible by Kandos-based artist Leo Cremonese, features work that offers access to realms outside of the human domain. Using a combination of painting and installation, the artist fuses disparate materials and colours in an effort to create harmony within the physical and giving form to what is usually invisible. The exhibition asks us to reflect on our natural surroundings and allow ourselves to embrace the unknown and unseen. The Colour of the Invisible highlights the artist’s adaptability in transforming an outdoor private experience into the context of the gallery space, and bringing the non-human to the human domain. This is a HomeGround exhibition, produced by WPCC and supported by Orana Arts and Wingewarra Dental. The Colour of the Invisible is also supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.
The Colour of the Invisible: Leo Cremonese Official Opening
Hear about our newest HomeGround exhibition The Colour of the Invisible where Kandos based artist Leo Cremonese creates an immersive installation within the gallery space.
The Colour of the Invisible Q & A between Artist Leo Cremonese and DRC Curator Mariam Abboud Part One
The Colour of the Invisible is an exhibition whereby Kandos based artist Leo Cremonese explores and interprets his own personal relationship with nature as he transforms the gallery space into an immersive installation. Click here to hear more from our artist Leo Cremonese and DRC Curator Mariam Abboud as they discuss the process involved in developing the works within the show and the evolvement of his artistic practice.
The Colour of the Invisible Q & A Part Two
Click here to listen to the last installment of this Q & A between artist Leo Cremonese and DRC Curator Mariam Abboud as they further delve into the evolvement of Leo’s practices and the challenges he has faced in transforming an outdoor private experience in a public space.