Melbourne-based framing and furniture company, Heimur, is collaborating with photographer, Pat Casten, for a series of frames for her upcoming exhibition. The exhibition, titled Acclimatise, explores Casten’s series of photographs taken in Nepal, Cambodia and Victoria. The exhibition starts on Friday 6th September 2019 from 6pm at No Vacancy Gallery & Cafe in Melbourne CBD.
The 13 picture series portrays Casten’s journey in the Himalayas and the topsoil thaw across the mountains.Acclimatise is a story of physical and mental adaptation to life’s new layers, shot between 2014-2017 across Cambodia, Nepal and Victoria.
The Heimur frames are made of American oak timber. The frame profile is 12 degrees outwards from a regular frame, like a frustum if you are looking at the work top down. The glass and artwork are separated by a small oak spacer.
The works will be available for purchase on the night.
Date and Time:
Opening: Friday 6th September 2019
6pm – 9pm