Making his first debut on the big screen, the savvy Bunbury based artist Andrew Frazer ignites our imagination with his new exhibition Lost For Words.

Lost for Words is the celebration of the English alphabet and the responsibility we all hold in how we construct these letters. Individual letters hold meaning when we place them in context: our letters become words, words become sentences, sentences become conversation and our conversations inspire ideas for change.

Each illustrated animal in the exhibition has been carefully considered and constructed by Andrew to inspire conversations surrounding joy, loss, hope, despair, forgiveness, heartache and ultimately redemption.

Exhibiting throughout October on the big screen.

 

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Perth Cultural Centre Screen

James Street Amphitheatre, James Street, Northbridge

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