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Heart, a series of drawings on large unfolded origami hearts, depicts the moments in life we fold-up to keep and unfold to re-live.  The otherworldly secrets of our most vital organ are explored through kirigami (paper-cuttting) and archetypal imagery such as body-prints, butterflies and woven baskets. Interlaced, these ideas highlight the fragility of the soul, while inviting viewers to ask themselves what they hold dear. 

...in these works I see a lovely resonance with our most precious relationships and communication with others – there is an exchange - that as we give and share something of ourselves, the space within, the relationship between  - grows stronger.

Like the paper itself, Greer’s artworks encapsulate qualities of fragility and resilience reminiscent of our inner feelings.... 

- NicolA Moss, Kirigami artist 

Exhibition Review by Carolyn Drought Leblang:  

Butterfly, 2017
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Butterfly, 2017
Butterfly, 2017
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Diamond, 2017
Diamond, 2017
Letter, 2017
Letter, 2017
Letter, 2017
Letter, 2017
Friend, 2017
Friend, 2017
Friend, 2017
Friend, 2017
The Woods, 2017
The Woods, 2017
The Woods, 2017
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Keep, 2017
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Keep, 2017
Keep, 2017
Treasure II, 2017
Treasure II, 2017
Treasure II, 2017
Treasure II, 2017
Mirror (Portrait of Ben Quilty) 2017
Mirror (Portrait of Ben Quilty) 2017
Mirror (Portrait of Ben Quilty) 2017
House III, 2017
Treasure, 2017
Treasure, 2017
Treasure, 2017
Treasure 2017