Jayne Dyer — Just Suppose...


Jayne Dyer, Dear, 2013, resin, human hair, 40 x 30 x 28cm, presented in vitrine (20 x 24 x 34cm) on display table (24 x 28 x 83cm)

Jayne Dyer, Dear, 2013, resin, human hair, 40 x 30 x 28cm, presented in vitrine (20 x 24 x 34cm) on display table (24 x 28 x 83cm)

Jayne Dyer’s new solo exhibition Just suppose… explores mankind’s relationship with the environment. Taking her cues from P.D.Ouspensky’s timeless novel The Strange Life of Ivan Osokin (1915) and Nietzsche’s theory of Eternal Recurrence, Dyer questions if we are doomed to repeat the same mistakes over and over. Her gripping exhibition will ask us to consider the consequences of our actions and the nature of our implicated relationship with an increasingly frail environment.

Jayne Dyer is an Australian artist living in Beijing and Sydney. She completed a Master of Fine Art at RMIT University in 1994. Her practice spans more than twenty years and includes museum and commercial exhibitions, commissions and funding and residencies from government and corporate agencies. Dyer is internationally focused and committed to inter-cultural exchange, particularly between Australia and Asia. She undertakes hybrid, often multidiscipline, collaborative projects and lives for extended periods in countries undergoing massive economic and environmental change. Jayne was recently awarded the inaugural Australian Arts in Asia award for her expansive work The Butterfly Effect, the centerpiece of the Four Seasons Beijing. Jayne is represented in Melbourne by Anna Pappas Gallery.