Amanda Page is a Melbourne-based artist working with transformation.

In capturing and recording changes of state in materials and processes, Page makes works about change as a universal condition that connects all matter. Works develop from observing atmospheric activity in natural systems, such as temperature + weather, erosion + decay, metamorphosis + regeneration,  alchemy + phenomena. Cycles of life and death, and the coalescing and dissipation of natural systems are explored.

Page uses water, ice, light and camera-less exposure processes combined with drawing, printmaking, photography and sculptural methods to explore and articulate processes of change. 

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‘The Earth’s Surface is Inherently Unstable #1–8’ Image Transfer, 2017 at Metamorphosis exhibition, The Memo Gallery, Healesville, 2017. Photo: Shane Hulbert.