GILLIAN KAYROOZ



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 I acknowledge and pay my respects to the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation and the Dharug peoples, who are the traditional custodians of the land on which I was raised and continue to work. I pay my respect to elders past, present and emerging.


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THE FOLKLORE OF JOAN AND TONY, 2019






Gillian Kayrooz, The Folklore of Joan and Tony, 2019, organza silk 23 gsm, installed at Rookwood Cemetary as apart of the Hidden Rookwood Sculpture Award, Sydney, Australia
This sculptural triptych examines growth within temporal states when a sense of place or hom i removed. It is inspired by moss that although grows vastly, lacks true roots. The work is an amalgamation of three domestic components that include past family member’s photographs bodily interactions and scans of floral remnants.

The material prints hold familial qualities to that of the Rookwood environment, where the delicat yet durable nature of work is reinvigorated by the habits of the landscape.



Gillian Kayrooz, The Folklore of Joan and Tony, 2019, mixed media on organza silk, 23 gsm, installed at Rookwood Cemetary as apart of the Hidden Rookwood Sculpture Award, Sydney, AUS





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