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Feelings


Feelings

Nicole Breedon

Opening 07.01.15 6-8pm
Artist Talks 29.01.15 6-7pm

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 a munted verb– to touch or be touched, more than once. Feelings are a little like concealing your snide opinion, or sincerity behind a feeble joke. Or your boner behind a cushion.

Feelings is a variety of small sculpture and 2D works using a mega-mix of traditional and old-timey materials; lost wax casting, crystals and minerals, wood carving, gold leaf-ing, tapestry – and shit from your uncles basement – barware, pink neon signs, and a whole lot of pornos.

This project is supported by the Victorian Government through Arts Victoria.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

This project was supported by the Australian government through its philanthropy and social investment agency for the cultural sector, Creative Partnerships Australia.

Supported by Creative Partnerships Australia’s MATCH program

Biography

Nicole Breedon lives and works in Melbourne. Completing her Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) at Victorian College of the Arts in 2010, she has since been a recipient of several travelling fellowships and grants. Nicole has exhibited and been involved with projects in various spaces and galleries in Australia and abroad including solo exhibitions Sierpinski Mountain, TCB artinc. Melbourne, 2013; A Whole New World, Chapter House Lane, Melbourne, 2013, and group exhibition Onside, Casula Powerhouse, Sydney; Winter Wren, La Grande, Oregon; and Rooftop Transmissions as part of Melbourne Now, Pyrotechnic installation Let's Get Metaphysical, commissioned for the 2012 Splendour in the Grass festival in Byron Bay, NSW. Nicole has undertaken residencies at the Australian Tapestry Workshop, Melbourne; Signal Fire, Oregon; and Surf Coast Secondary School.

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