Dionne Hooyberg, Self Loathing > Active Self Improvement 2017. Oil on Board, 33 x 41cm. Photo Credit Paul Sutherland

Dionne Hooyberg, Self Loathing > Active Self Improvement 2017. Oil on Board, 33 x 41cm. Photo Credit Paul Sutherland

 Dionne Hooyberg, 10 Ways According to Mamamia.com, 2017. Vinyl and Acrylic on Board, 20 x 25cm. Photo Credit Paul Sutherland

Dionne Hooyberg, 10 Ways According to Mamamia.com, 2017. Vinyl and Acrylic on Board, 20 x 25cm. Photo Credit Paul Sutherland

 Dionne Hooyberg, It's a Hot One, 2017. Pastel on Paper, 58 x 78 cm. Photo Credit Paul Sutherland

Dionne Hooyberg, It's a Hot One, 2017. Pastel on Paper, 58 x 78 cm. Photo Credit Paul Sutherland

 Dionne Hooyberg, Photo Booth Portrait March 2016 - 2017, 2017. Photographic prints on Vinyl, 1.5 x1.5 m. Photo Credit Paul Sutherland

Dionne Hooyberg, Photo Booth Portrait March 2016 - 2017, 2017. Photographic prints on Vinyl, 1.5 x1.5 m. Photo Credit Paul Sutherland

 Dionne Hooyberg, Uber Eats, 2017. Plaster and Acrylic. Photo Credit Paul Sutherland

Dionne Hooyberg, Uber Eats, 2017. Plaster and Acrylic. Photo Credit Paul Sutherland

 Dionne Hooyberg, Laying Around and Looking at Memes, 2017. Kmart Beanbags and Side Table, Power Board, Rose Gold iPhone 6/6s chargers. Photo Credit Paul Sutherland

Dionne Hooyberg, Laying Around and Looking at Memes, 2017. Kmart Beanbags and Side Table, Power Board, Rose Gold iPhone 6/6s chargers. Photo Credit Paul Sutherland

 Dionne Hooyberg, Bedside Still Life, 2017. Oil on Board, 20 x 25cm. Photo Credit Paul Sutherland

Dionne Hooyberg, Bedside Still Life, 2017. Oil on Board, 20 x 25cm. Photo Credit Paul Sutherland

Living Alone and Looking at Memes brings together a series of paintings and sculptures ranging from still life paintings of instant noodles, painted memes and readymade Kmart home wares. Together the marketed 'fresh start' approach to living alone and the often depressing realities of laziness and loneliness present a contemporary take on the 'room of one's own' exploring the transformative potential of solitude and negativity.

Living Alone and Looking at Memes was exhibited in April 2017 at Smart Casual in Fremantle.