The Australian: Ella Dreyfus captures experience of growing as Sculpture by the Sea shows limits of plastic
By Christopher Allen
We have all had the experience of seeing a friend’s child after the interval of a few years and being struck by the subtle but profound change that has taken place. They have become taller, the shape and proportions of their face have altered, and beneath these outward shifts we sense the evolving psychic reality of a being whose apprehension of the world is becoming more complex and whose sense of self is correspondingly growing more problematic.
Image: Ella Dreyfus’ exhibition, Under Twenty-Seven.