Searching for meaning within the boundaries of life, Sydney artist Cathy Frank’s new series Ungodly delves into the fleshy and often controversial topic of god, sinful behaviour and her ultimate rebellion against organised religion.
Frank draws inspiration from her own childhood with this series, exploring her liberation from Catholicism and coming to terms with her own existence and the reality that comes with it.
The series explores the relationship between expectations and reality, forever questioning yourself.
Using hand-cut collage and acrylic paint to depict the intense reality of underachievement and inadequacy, whether sexually, creatively, or emotionally.
Caught between reality and fantasy, this series delves deep into the wistful unknown spaces for the moments inbetween.
Here you long for an impossible time or place that creeps into pseudo-memory, a nostalgic dream.