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From Elizabeth Ogilvie's exhibition in DCA Galleries. Large screens use video and light to create water-like effects. The rest of DCA Gallery is lit with very low lighting.

Elizabeth Ogilvie

Bodies of Water

16 December 2005 - 12 February 2006

Natural patterns and rhythms, especially those of the sea, have been a source of inspiration for artist Elizabeth Ogilvie since she began exhibiting in the 1970s. In this, her most ambitious exhibition to date, Ogilvie has transformed DCA’s galleries into impressive environments with new works combining music, architecture, video, light and water.

Artist Talk | Elizabeth Ogilvie on Bodies of Water

From Elizabeth Ogilvie's exhibition in DCA Galleries. A large screen uses video and light to create pale pink water-like effects. The rest of DCA Gallery is lit with very low lighting.
From Elizabeth Ogilvie's exhibition at DCA. The lighting in the gallery is very low. There is a large screen with an abstract image of a white wave on it.
From Elizabeth Ogilvie's exhibition in DCA Galleries. The gallery is very dark, except for very large screens with a wave-like, pale pink texture on them. We can see silhouettes of people in the gallery.
Two people look at a white, wave-like image which is part of Elizabeth Ogilvie's exhibition at DCA Galleries.