sculpture

sculpture

a tall drink of water

a tall drink of water Digital culture is inundated with impressions of life, the built environment and the natural world which many of us engage with and manipulate on a…

racks 2: a solid workout

Racks 2: a solid workout Racks 2: a solid workout offers a playful counter to the modernist studio paradigm by framing various sculptures as body-racks or work-out devices that depict…

where i end and you begin

Amanda Wolf’s Where I end and you begin responds to the teeming multiplicity of the body and explores the emotional and biological possibilities of the parasitic relationship. Through a decorative…

cumnock: the musical!

Times are tough in Cumnock. Unemployment is high, the cafe’s closed up, you can’t drink the tap water, there was no rugby team this year and the population is in…

colour is the devil

Colour is the devil is an exhibition that brings together two practices that focus on colour as a tactic and strategy to investigate ideas on marginalisation, social hierarchies and the…

feelings

Feelings chronicles a spectrum of emotion from wonderment, flagrant nihilism, and maybe a little crush… But Feelings aren’t just emotions: they are sensations, perceptions, hunches, and auras. “Feelings” is also…

speculative everything

With: Andrew Hazewinkel, Stella Rosa McDonald, nova Milne and SLUSH   Speculative Everything is concerned with the disruption of history, the collapse of chronology, the restaging of the past and…

takadanobaba findings

Takadanobaba Findings is a personal response to having lived in Tokyo for three months.  Continuing my developments from Lessons For Living: Know Your Resource No#1 (Wood), whereby I first became…

piano

PIANO is a new project in a lineage of work exploring alternate temporal and spatial possibilities for traditional musical instruments. PIANO reconfigures a 1940s upright piano to become a self-regenerating,…

pretender

Pretender is about objects that are nebulous and vague. It examines objects that have acquired value and are associated with grandeur and wonder. But it’s also more about the way…

patterns of thought

Patterns of Thought is a body of work using the imagery of flocks and swarms as visual metaphors for human behaviour and thought processes. There are three key behavioural elements…

awkward voltas

Awkward Voltas presents a series of sculptural and site responsive propositions by Alexandra Clapham and Kate Scardifield. Both artists have distinct and at times opposing practices, yet their concerns around inhabiting…

making sense

Harle’s practice explores the contemporary use of digital technologies to map and make sense of the world. He critiques the often ideological practices of digital capture that result in representations…

the house oneiric

THE HOUSE ONEIRIC is an experiment in collaborative curation-creation. Materially constrained to the domestic, each artist has developed an historio-fiction for the common site of the house across time. In…

imagining alternatives

Kylie Banyard works across a range of media, incorporating painting, sculpture and optical devices such as kaleidoscopes and stereoscopes. For IMAGINING ALTERNATIVES she peers into the past and investigates whether…

unidentified flying data

Unidentified Flying Data is the next stage of Jacquelene Drinkall’s ongoing Weatherman UFOlogy project. The UFO will be performed and illuminated by data projected from an EEG neuroheadset in the…

trompe l’ol

Paris. I’m on the last leg of a funded ‘inspirational’ tour of Europe to attend the Venice Biennale. I’m going through my iPhone photos of the trip: a view from…

fanservice

In Japanese popular culture, fanservice refers to material or events that serve no purpose other than audience gratification. Here, this concept is applied to create a body of work about…

passing parades

Passing Parades explores the contradictory nature of time within the installation environment. Presenting several pieces that simultaneously critique time’s ephemeral, moving and static character. The exhibition period of three weeks…

phenomenology (full spectrum healing)

Phenomenology (Full Spectrum Healing) is an experiential installation of 700 RGB LEDs, emitting electromagnetic radiation at specific wavelengths within the visible spectrum. It engages with ideas of chromatherapy and the…

of remnants

Engaging liberated urban and industrial fragments and site specific spatial formulations, Of Remnants exists as a shrine to the detritus of industry, filled with symbolism and a specific aesthetic that…

rooted (zoe m. robertson’s australia)

To begin, I have no inclination to either write this in the third person or have someone else speak for me. The artist bio belongs to the bureaucratic dissemination of…

fleet

Fleet is an exhibition of assemblage. Discarded timber picked up from carpentry workshops and junkyards is cut up, painted on and assembled into sculptural forms. A process of assembling and…

revisit

REVISIT explores otherworldly scenarios linked to notions relating to nostalgia, the uncanny and mortality; often representing a journey within the dualisms of life and death, reality and fantasy, past and…

blobsociety

Human identity is a fluid amalgamation of various different layers and dimensions of self reflection. Every social construct in which we find ourselves contributes to this abstract idea of self….

landlubber

Landlubber is an associative remembrance of distance travelled and storms weathered. From China to America to Australia and Indonesia- in movement there is rhythm, and these works are an attempt…

dollars and sense

Dollars and Sense takes a humorous yet sinister look at the current political, social and economic discourse in Australia. Institutional language and forms are parodied, discourse is enacted and arts…

the colours of shadows

In The Colours of Shadows, ambiguity is foregrounded, and is left open to speculation and contemplation. The matter, gestures, or objects that are entangled in this show can be seen…

too many heroes

Speculating upon various ways in which painting might transcend and articulate space, Too Many Heroes attempts to simulate the experience of venturing into a cosmological wonderland. Functioning as a nomad…

an unstable living arrangement

An Unstable Living Arrangement critiques the role of everyday objects beyond necessity to examine the relationship between domestic materiality and social productivity. The entrapments of life – whether they be…

metanoia

Describing the breakdown and reformation; the old ordinary limited perspective opens up to a new universal, infinite. The current state is rejected and the radical future emerges from within. In…