Stemming from the sacred energy of traditional sculpture halls, The Sialia Marbles (Sigh-ar-lia) is an ode to the artist’s fleeting imagination. Created over three years, The Sialia Marbles will be presented at MMX Gallery as a collection of over 40 unique hand coloured photographic prints. Each print forms part of a larger fictional anthology, illustrating fragments of tales Katie Eleanor finds sanctuary within. When viewed together as a collection, The Sialia Marbles becomes a wing of Eleanor’s own Le Musee Imaginaire (Museum without Walls): An idea initially proposed in 1947 by Andre Malraux, defined as, ‘the personal or cultural mental...
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