Opening Fri 15th August
Running 16th to 31st August
Still, Life is a collection of small and playful sculptures that draw together found objects, organic materials, glass and light, to reflect upon the experiential nature of having body with which to be alive.
Alfred Liu & Morgan Jones
The 'Burbs is a re-imagining of the Australian suburbs through the medium of drawing. Alfred Liu’s drawings are the expression of cultural diaspora and his romanticised cultural heritage. Meanwhile Morgan Jones dismantles the world around him by abstracting architecture and blurring the lines between drawing and photography.
I have created this series of paintings in order to investigate states of anxiety and alienation. The exploration is based on my experience of the relentless and pressurized situation of living in contemporary society.
I have used aluminum, oil and enamel and incorporated flat colour, geometry and the textural application of paint to isolate a solitary figure in space. The project draws on personal feelings of uncertainty and apprehension, which can be experienced during the process of self-analysis.
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[INSERT ALBUM NAME HERE] is a conceptual art collection of twelve-inch album covers. The collection deconstructs the link between music and imagery, replacing it with a reverse-engineered path, one where the design and name of the artist and album allow the user to self-populate an album not already etched with sound.
The collection poses the questions: What does this sound like? Who is the artist? And, critically, how did it make you feel?
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