17. Tanya Jaceglav (WA)

3 April, 2022


The Altar

Porcelain, stoneware, glass, salt, LED light, 80 x 55cm



Artist’s Statement

“Each stage of metamorphosis has a different form to allow a different function. Welcome to the Anthropocene epoch, the name given to our current era where humans have made an indelible mark on our one and only home. The planet is now impacted by catastrophic weather events, global pollution and pandemics. The Altar represents the dominant form of man being judged at God’s table. At the altar, can we understand who we are, what we’re doing and what are our responsibilities to our environment?”

About the artist

Tanya Jaceglav’s 25-year art practice examines her interest in memory, narrative and the everyday. Her most recent work explores sculpture through stoneware and the translucent nature of porcelain. She has won multiple art awards and was selected to exhibit in Through Australian Women’s Eyes, at ARC Gallery, Chicago and Hera Gallery, Rhode Island, USA. Her work is held in public and private collections including the city’s of Kalgoorlie, Northam, Karratha, as well as Lismore Regional Gallery NSW.

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17. Tanya Jaceglav (WA)

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