'Fluid I' is a large drawing depicting two legs that would seem to be cut off at the knees. A persistent theme in Wright's work is the relationship between body and landscape. Her works depict truncated body parts in a manner that also suggests a cliff face in a majestic landscape, or the murky depths of a sea of mud. Earth and water are recurrent motifs. There is a sense of awe and wonder achieved in 'Fluid I'. Wright's work is poetic. It relies on the fragment of an image to suggest a greater whole.
synthetic polymer paint on Japanese paper
360.0 x 200.0 cm
Signature & date
Signed and dated l.c. verso, pencil "J Wright 1999" and l.r. verso [upside down], pencil "... J Wright 1999".
Contemporary Collection Benefactors 1999
Not on display
Shown in 1 exhibition
Referenced in 1 publication
Unknown, Projections for Eliza, Queensland, 1999.