David Noonan's ambiguous sculptural scenarios exist in an a historical space that is rich with possibility. Screen-printed sculptures read as free-standing paintings or scenes plucked from the pictorial space. Their scale invites three-dimensional investigation. We want to walk around them, to become participants in the parade, students in the classroom, actors on the set.

Exhibition Dates: 10 March – 2 April 2011
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David Noonan Untitled, 2009; screen printed jute and linen on birch ply and steel bases; enquire
Untitled, 2009
screen printed jute and linen on birch ply and steel bases
David Noonan Untitled (Orlando), 2010; screenprint on linen mounted on plywood, powder coated steel; 200 x 86 x 80 cm; Edition of 3 + AP 1; enquire
Untitled (Orlando), 2010
screenprint on linen mounted on plywood, powder coated steel
200 x 86 x 80 cm
Edition of 3 + AP 1
David Noonan Untitled, 2010; screen printed jute and linen collage; 214 x 214 cm; enquire
Untitled, 2010
screen printed jute and linen collage
214 x 214 cm
David Noonan Untitled, 2011; screen printed jute and linen collage; 204 x 146 cm; enquire
Untitled, 2011
screen printed jute and linen collage
204 x 146 cm
David Noonan Untitled, 2011; hand de-embossed screen print on paper; 112 x 76 cm (unframed); 117 x 82 cm (framed) ; Edition of 3 + AP 2; enquire
Untitled, 2011
hand de-embossed screen print on paper
112 x 76 cm (unframed); 117 x 82 cm (framed)
Edition of 3 + AP 2
David Noonan Untitled, 2011; screen printed jute and linen collage; 72 x 55 cm; Edition of 3 + AP 2; enquire
Untitled, 2011
screen printed jute and linen collage
72 x 55 cm
Edition of 3 + AP 2
David Noonan Untitled, 2011; screen print on paper; 75 x 56 cm (unframed); 80 x 62 cm (framed); Edition of 3 + AP 2; enquire
Untitled, 2011
screen print on paper
75 x 56 cm (unframed); 80 x 62 cm (framed)
Edition of 3 + AP 2