Monday, June 23, 2014
Jasmine Targett reviewed by The Sydney Morning Herald
Today I found out I was reviewed twice by the Sydney Morning Herald! and I had no idea.... It is a lovely thing to be seen and heard as an artist and I am chuffed that its starting to happen at a National level. I am so grateful to those of you that have reached out and let me know your responses to the work - I have been overwhelmed and humbled. Thanks heaps guys!! Now onto the business of things... excerpts from the articles!
From Dylan Rainforth's article on June 17, 2014 - 'Space: Around the Galleries- Fear of the future'
"Jasmine Targett, has used NASA satellite data to represent the ozone hole – and the invisible terror of anthropogenic environmental harm – as a human-scaled, realistically iceberg-shaped sculpture. Because, like an iceberg, it’s what we can’t see that we should be afraid of."