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Rodney Glick
Installation Overview
17th Biennale of Sydney, 2010
photo: Paul Green

BlogReview:
www.5thwall.wordpress.com/2010/05/14/i-know-what-i-like
...then again when you hit the exhibit that reaches you, chances are youll be floored by it. The exquisitely detailed icons by Rodney Glick are an example of this, reaching back millennia into Hindu mythology, yet carrying the dreadful weight of modern consumerism. They immediately spoke to me of the tension between the traditional and the new. How the culture of cool is the religion of the new generations. How Eastern mysticism will probably end up dominant over the current schizophrenic and fractious global tenure of a Western democracy with its separated Christian heritage. I would attempt to describe these statues, but imagery such as this cannot be captured in words, even a photo would be unjust. I can only insist that my readers catch the ferry out to the Island and walk five minutes to the top of the hill to see these simple elegant figures for their own.

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