24th January – 9th February, 2018
Love Far From Home
“…I’d think of kissing the thought of her and she’d think of being kissed by the thought of me.” Italo Calvino, Love Far From Home (1946)
Evoking transitional journeys, Love Far From Home embodies facets of memory, both illusions and allusions of love, and longing. Estée locates the ways in which we rove in and out of known and fictionalised spaces, in and out of memory, and in and out of love. Highlighting the mesmeric push-pull between the real and the imagined, the subjective and the objective, Estée illustrates the evocative landscape of relationships – and the diverse details of lives equally intertwined and disparate.