“And though you beckon and play, we will not stay here long. We will snatch back the child who trusts too far to your song.”
Excerpt: Seven Songs from a Journey; VI Sea-Beach
Disappearing into deep water … Continued
A friend once told me I dine out on other people’s misery.
They were referring to some of the more unusual or extreme interviews and immersive research I’ve undertaken when starting a new body of work.
I have told the … Continued
This timely body of work continues my exploration into the poetic potential of the simple and ubiquitous bar of soap. A small yet quietly powerful object that has gathered heightened meaning during the last 12 months. Using the mimetic qualities … Continued
Gippsland-based artist Paul Yore’s solo exhibition ‘Crown of Thorns’ brings together new textiles, assemblages and collages, continuing the artist’s decade-long personal and candid investigation into the intersection of religion, sex, politics and popular culture. Taking its title from a passage … Continued
Adelaide design duo Daniel Emma (Daniel To and Emma Aiston) present PAK-UH-JING, a selection of study models exploring an interest in the packaging of everyday items, relating to foods, travel, loved ones, personal childhoods, and general nostalgia.
Within each of … Continued
‘New Collectors’ provides an accessible and exciting opportunity to introduce a fresh audience to collecting contemporary art. The exhibition features work from eight of Australia’s leading and emerging artists who will present works priced between $650 and $3,300.
Featuring: Narelle … Continued
Commonly referred to as The culture of the people, Popular culture (also mass culture and pop culture) is defined as based on the tastes of ordinary people rather than an educated elite. Though the complexities of such a wide-reaching … Continued
becoming-with (reconfigured) draws upon works made whilst a studio artist at Gertrude Contemporary in Melbourne, and later shown at Gertrude Glasshouse in November 2019.
For the artist, to think and act ecologically implies an interconnectedness, in one form or another. … Continued