Reductive Signal exhibition opens Zig Zag Gallery in Kalamunda

Ronan Lane and his artwork at the Zig Zag Gallery in Kalamunda. Picture: David Baylis       d447738
Ronan Lane and his artwork at the Zig Zag Gallery in Kalamunda. Picture: David Baylis d447738

REDUCTIVE Signal is an exciting new exhibition of oil paintings on aluminium by Ronan Lane on show until December 20 and offers Lane’s collaboration with local musicians who can enjoy the music while viewing the art.

Born in Ireland and living in both Perth and Berlin these days, Ronan Lane’s large scale works are carefully crafted.

His themes are the transformation of reality into an associative reality, one loaded with inherent meanings.

“We find ourselves in a world where people’s understanding is biased through the sublimation of imperceptible messages that permeate every aspect of existence,” Lane said.

The painting currently on show at the ZigZag Gallery deals with the transmission and understanding of these codes.

Experimental music will be offered by the Perth Improv Collective on Saturday, December 12 and 19, at the Zig Zag Gallery in Kalamunda to suit the Reductive Signal exhibition.

Starting at 3pm the performances will feature talented musicians Michael Terren, Sam Gillies and LS Rosenberg, Josten Myburgh and Behn Stacy and provide an eclectic range of sounds.

The music is based on Lane’s artwork and the musicians will offer Kalamunda viewers an eclectic and exciting mix of musical innovation.

The gallery is located at 50 Railway Road in Kalamunda.