Visual Arts + Museums

Chimaera's Attic

When: Fri., April 6 2012

Put a chimaera in the attic, and you may not have an attic for much longer (unless you've properly fire-proofed); a chimaera is, after all, a fire-breathing, shape-shifting, femails creature amde from the body of a lioness, with a snake's head for a tail and a goat's head attached to the spine; and attics are, traditionally, made from wood-based materials. But perhaps this attic is figurative, like the one to which the madwoman (Jane Eyre's Bertah, etc.) was consigned in Victorian literature. Regardless, there are about 18 local female artists up there, each contributing a single work to this month's show at Primary Gallery.

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