Spring 1883, 6-9 September 2017The Establishment Hotel, Sydney Using the bracelet as a feminist device, they encase, imprison or are attached or embedded in the works, sometimes seeming to weigh down the body. Some of the works are interactive in that the bracelets can be moved into different positions on the work.
Skimming the water Created for Aurora Eora: The Hungry Mile. February 2017. More info Aurora Eora brings the stories of Barangaroo to life through song and art. Emerging composer Alice Chance has created six original songs for Gondwana Choirs, each song representing a moment in Barangaroo’s rich and diverse history. To animate these compositions, Art […]
Temporary Arrangements Images by Christian Capurro Anna Briers – SAM Senior Curator Karen Black is known for her gestural approach to surface across painting and ceramics. Her works explore politically charged themes around war, and female driven narratives across time and place. Her installation Temporary Arrangements (2017) has been conceived as an exploration of materiality […]
NGV InternationalUntil February 2017 Rooftop at night, Glazed earthenware, 73h x 28w x 28d cm, 2016 – Image by Christian Capurro Crown legs arms, Glazed earthenware with 23K gold leaf, 68.5h x 31w x 30d cm, 2016 – Image by Christian Capurro Shut Up and Paint is an exhibition that celebrates and examines contemporary painting […]
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) 29 July – 25 September 2016 Guard the opening gate (67 x 116cm) Oil on marine ply 2013 – Image by Carl Warner Installation image at ACCA by Vyvyan Black Presented in two chapters across ACCA’s four exhibition galleries, Painting. More Painting is a big-picture focus on contemporary Australian […]
Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA) 30 April – 2 July 2016 Installation image courtesy of Monash University Museum of Art Holding pattern (97 x 82cm) Oil on canvas 2016 – Image by Mick Richards Curator: Francis E. Parker Borders, barriers, walls delineate this group exhibition of Australian and international artists. It reflects on how […]
MUMA and Dandenong Primary School Collaboration 2016 Installation of 100 Dream Catchers – image courtesy of Monash University Museum of Art This project presents the outcome of a collaboration between Dandenong Primary School and Monash University during MUMA’s exhibition Borders, Barriers, Walls. Participating students engaged in a series of workshops led by exhibiting artist Karen […]
Rockhampton Art Gallery, 23 July – 4 September 2016 Click images below to view larger Woman seated in a tree – after-Reza yi Abbasi 1616 (198 x 107cm) Oil on canvas 2016 – Image by Carl Warner Zenobia (198 x 107cm) Oil on canvas 2016 – Image by Carl Warner Designed as an invitation award […]