Meagan Streader and Genevieve Felix Reynolds share a preoccupation with three dimensional space and architecture. This concern is explored in diverse but formally related ways - Streader focuses on light; accessible voids, physical but ephemeral. Felix Reynolds tackles the painting tradition, experimenting in two and three dimensions, with canvas shape and placement.
Both artists utilise the language of Euclidian geometry to communicate distinctions between digital, virtual space and physical experience. Paying respects to the traditions of Modernism and Minimalism, both artists generate works that acknowledge, prohibit or re-evaluate the physical gallery space, while flirting with the distinction between the mathematically perfect and the handmade.