Brontë Jones, Western Australia
Goodbye Barbie, 13 x 4 colour screen printed images on heavy weight cartridge paper; hand bound, flat-lay binding by artist
Ed. 3/10, 20.5 x 14.7 x 1.0 cm
Brontë writes: Through documenting and framing, Goodbye Barbie aims to manipulate the viewers’ perception of roadside barbeques, encouraging sensitivity towards them. Using the curbside as a motif, the barbeques are given character and seem to embody feelings of nostalgia, loneliness and neglect. Goodbye Barbie pays tribute to the abandoned barbeques of Perth.