Artist Peta Jacobs questions certainty and perception by presenting shifting views relative to viewpoint. As one moves around the piece, colours fluctuate and elements appear and disappear. The abstract non-representational imagery and form suggest landscapes, cityscapes or other worlds.
“Peta Jacob’s uses of cloth, mirrors and digital technologies have a magical, alchemic resonance as they enfold and draw us into that borderline space between what we know and what we imagine”. Lesley Millar, Professor of Textile Culture, University for the Creative Arts.