Teakel presents sculptures and drawings that evoke drought-stricken landscapes. She uses rusty corrugated iron, fencing wire and natural materials, all in earthy, ochre tones. Jensz works with black rubber and brightly painted steel and fibreglass to create large sculptures that seem to probe the mysteries of the quantum universe on a macro scale. These are complemented by luminous digital prints.
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