1993 – 2007 Ephemeral and site specific art works

Ephemeral and sometimes site specific, Gallois’ art making from this period often appropriated and interpreted existing structures on a one-to-one scale. Within these recognisable frameworks, slippages or shifts in material and spatial reality were introduced creating environments that were both familiar and alien: a house is made from polystyrene Frontier (1998). A film-set in its entirety is painted in Blue Screen Chroma Key – a special effects paint used in film to create a void background Flesh Hunger (2001). And a detention camp is experienced in repetition Containment (2006)

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