Exhibitions: Past

Between Foothold and Flight: 30 March to 30 April 2006

In Trapeze in the Sky, he (Pinker) explores the manifold facets of the square. Despite its association with the earth’s firmness and stability, Pinker’s square rotates moves and changes shape. It squares off and boxes in the luminous disk and its radiating beams. It not only underpins the acrobats on their spectacular performance, it also perpetuates their brilliant and weightless feat beyond everyday routine”. Elza Miles