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by Beatrice Mar

oil on canvas

150.5 x 100.5 cm



This painting comes from a series made as a response to the economic decline in Greece in 2012. Water has both the qualities of permanence and impermanence; similarly an economy can fluctuate, both rise and fall. The title references are used by inland Australian Aborigines to describe different types of water, the permanent type, such as "Jila" and the seasonal, such as "Jumu". The aerial views were a direct association to experiencing the crisis unfold from a distant country in Sydney, Australia.

Temporary Water

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