Anna Révész

Architecture of Memory

13 May > 18 July 2021
Wednesday to Friday, 11AM > 4PM

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Anna Révész is an emerging, Adelaide-based artist whose practice encompasses drawing, painting and sculpture, with a particular interest in photography. Révész uses both digital and analogue photography to explore ideas relating to memory, such as how memories are created, sustained or reconstructed.

This exhibition will include a series of black and white photographs and three sculptural works that explore the interchange between past and present moments in order to navigate spaces of instability and uncertainty.

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IMAGE > [Top] Anna Révész, Room, 2021, giclee print, 111 x 78cm.
Image courtesy of the artist.

IMAGE > Portrait of Anna Révész. Image courtesy of the artist.
IMAGE > [below] Anna Révész, 2021, giclee print, 111 x 78cm.
Image courtesy of the artist.



For this work, I collaborated with an emerging dancer, Darci O’Rourke (Australian Dance Theatre), to explore how, through movement, the body might reconstruct the spaces it has occupied or passed through. I have also used sculpture to navigate these spaces and take forms from the photographs that further explore the tensions between the transient, unsteady nature of memory, and the structured, material nature of built environments.


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IMAGE > Anna Révész, Assembled Memory [detail], 2021. 
Image courtesy of the artist.

Révész is a 2019 graduate of Flinders University and Adelaide College of the Arts. As a recipient of the Linden New Art Award at the Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition, Révész has been awarded the opportunity to show her work in the Linden Projects Space for her first solo exhibition in Melbourne. She is currently a resident at Praxis Studio Artspace and is being mentored by Hossein Valamanesh as part of the Helpmann Academy’s Elevate Mentorships program 2021.


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