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Running With Wolves: A Photographic Exhibition by Clare Plueckhahn

Nov 13 -

Nov 27

See the artist's acclaimed solo show in Sydney.

Multidisciplinary artist, Clare Plueckhahn’s award winning photography series Running With Wolves is coming to SUNSTUDIOS Sydney’s Atrium Gallery in November.

Following a warm reception for her Melbourne showing, the director and photographer’s powerful series has announced its Sydney show.

The exhibit explores the wild feminine archetype, as inspired by Jungian psychoanalyst Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés’ groundbreaking 1992 text. Plueckhahn presents a nature commonly prefixed with the term ‘mother’ as “volatile and wild”.

The series is viewed as a collection of pairs – one photograph inhabited by the presence of a woman, the other barren, so to speak. These women are of the earth, and are not imposed on it nor crudely juxtaposed.

“The world is so full of hyper-sexualised portrayals of women, and I ultimately want the viewer to observe the feminine the way we would a wild animal – with awe and respect,” says Clare Plueckhahn.

Opening night is on November 8, 6pm-9pm, with the exhibition open for one month.

THE DETAILS

SUNSTUDIOS

Atrium Gallery, SUNSTUDIOS, 42 Maddox Street, Alexandria, Alexandria, Sydney, NSW

Usual Hours:

Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5.30pm
Saturday – Sunday 8am – 4pm

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2020-11-13 00:00:00 2020-11-27 00:00:00 Australia/Melbourne Running With Wolves: A Photographic Exhibition by Clare Plueckhahn

Multidisciplinary artist, Clare Plueckhahn’s award winning photography series Running With Wolves is coming to SUNSTUDIOS Sydney’s Atrium Gallery in November.

Following a warm reception for her Melbourne showing, the director and photographer’s powerful series has announced its Sydney show.

The exhibit explores the wild feminine archetype, as inspired by Jungian psychoanalyst Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés’ groundbreaking 1992 text. Plueckhahn presents a nature commonly prefixed with the term ‘mother’ as “volatile and wild”.

The series is viewed as a collection of pairs – one photograph inhabited by the presence of a woman, the other barren, so to speak. These women are of the earth, and are not imposed on it nor crudely juxtaposed.

“The world is so full of hyper-sexualised portrayals of women, and I ultimately want the viewer to observe the feminine the way we would a wild animal – with awe and respect,” says Clare Plueckhahn.

Opening night is on November 8, 6pm-9pm, with the exhibition open for one month.

Atrium Gallery, SUNSTUDIOS, 42 Maddox Street, Alexandria Alexandria Sydney NSW Fashion Journal ruby.staley21@hotmail.com.au
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