The next art work within the second gallery was “Surroundings” by Jordan Baraniecki. The art work used clear articulated fine lines to explore the hidden reality. The strength in this remained in presenting contemporary drawings with focus over using simplified materials. This simplified material resulted in delivering an art form that is properly skewed and has transparency. The artist has strived at creating a work which highlights an action by marking it. The only drawback or weakness of this art work seemed in the implication it provides when the viewer sees it for the first time. It appears as a vacuum in which subjects as structures are floating. It does not provide an interface between the viewer and the artist’s perception to meet in between. This in turn allows the viewer to understand the perspective of the artist’s hidden meaning.
The third gallery was named “Flatlands” by Elizabeth Johnson. The image intrigues the viewers in the sense that it shows a subject which the viewer can relate to a laptop.
The strength of this art work remained in the fact that it weaves the virtual reality into the physical environment. The artist seems to explore the relationship with artifices and technology wherein the textiles have their own significance. Furthermore, the artist helps in ensuring that his message reaches to the audience. The viewer viewing the photograph for the first time is able to understand the context of the artist and relate with it. This is because artists use strong signifying elements. The only weakness seemed to be the fact that a lot more could have been explained by showing how virtual realities and physical realities interact. The interaction is missing even though both realities are present within the same image frame. From the perspective of this review, it was evident that the artworks gallery of Anna Leonowens offers a professional arena to students practicing art and its forms. The gallery in the exhibition had a collection of such forms of art that define the way in which art and design are collaboratively evolving.