In this section we present a variety of works made by Anita Zabilevska (AZ) and Paul Bizzell (ZZ), either individually or in collaboration. Some are a complete project in its own right, others are assembled as a collection based on a particular theme.

We intend to add to this section as we create works and assemble new collections from our offline archives. As we identify or create additional items which are appropriate to the theme of one of the existing collections, the collections themselves will continue to expand.

Current Work

Various
2021 –

Here are some news and views about images and ideas currently being worked on.

We aim to update this regularly with works by Anita Zabilevska and Paul Bizzell either individually or in collaboration.

Disappearance Points

Works on paper
2021 –

This series explores traditionally used methods such as linear perspective and point/line relationship to the picture plane.

It seeks to take a more metaphysical approach, what can be created beyond simple representation?

Works by Anita Zabilevska.

Unfolded Views

Works on paper
2021 –

This series challenges the extent to which a commonly held frame of reference of the viewer affects their perception and creates the appearance of folds and the illusion of depth. What if the selection of shade and light is not intended to represent a three dimensional object but is merely the viewers assumption?

Works by Anita Zabilevska.

Medium Coeli Series

Works on paper
2021 –

Inspired by weather systems, which are often very dynamic, and the concept of the Middle of the Sky (MC or Medium Coeli), the centre is important in the works in this series, as is the stretched format.

The works explore the borderline between depiction of movement and the gesture which creates a stroke.

Works by Anita Zabilevska.

Red Yellow Blue

Works on paper
2020 –

Red Yellow Blue is an ongoing project which examines various concepts of use and perception of the three primary colours Red, Yellow and Blue. It may seem a back to basics task, but how basic and how far back is an ambiguity on its own right.

Works by Anita Zabilevska.

Crash Car

Diorama
2013

This was a fun project we undertook in response to an ad-hoc opportunity related to a passion for cars, in particular race cars, and models of them. The project was to create a diorama, that is a recreation of a scene using scale models.

Words and modelling by Paul Bizzell, photos by Anita Zabilevska.