‘Rabbit Holes’ Exhibition In No Name Lane

Rabbit-Holes art in colourful laneway

Annie Lok’s ‘Rabbit Holes’ series is the latest exhibition to be showcased in Queanbeyan’s No Name Lane Outdoor Photography Gallery.

‘Rabbit Holes’ features seven unique works from Bungendore artist Annie Lok who primarily constructs her pieces from photographic and AI generated imagery.

In her artist statement Annie shared, ‘The Rabbit Holes series was born out of a need to break free, evolve and survive during physical and psychological hardship.’

‘Each work is a choice, as the viewer, like Alice, follows the white rabbit down the hole and explores the Wonderland beyond.

‘Passing from familiar to unfamiliar spaces, the female figures seen in each work move gracefully or awkwardly, into or out of black voids that appear in these photo collaged worlds.

‘Rabbit Holes draw on themes imbued in social politics such as classism and religion, feminism, and the environment, that eventually impact on our wellbeing, from feeling insignificant or validated in the space we find ourselves in.’

This is the third exhibition to be featured in No Name Lane which was renovated in 2022 and has become an eye-catching thoroughfare in the Queanbeyan CBD.

Annie is represented by fYRE Gallery in Braidwood and her works are available for purchase by contacting fYRE Gallery Director Cheryl Hannah by emailing [email protected] or by calling 0429 666 619

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