Soft science . Katie Parrish Gandrabur . Tessa Carapic
Opening 13th April, 6 to 9pm
14th to 29th April
Soft science is a Melbourne based artist, illustrator and designer, creating visuals for books, comics, films, magazines, exhibitions. It has been drawing since its larval stage, nestled deep below the surface of the earth. It currently awaits the final stage of its holometabolous life-cycle, at which point it develops a chitinous exoskeleton to protect itself from predators. Soft sciences are extremely common and are considered a pest by many farmers across the world.
Cuntguts aka Tessa Carapic
Tessa draws things to make her friends and boyfriend happy. Drawing makes Tessa feel very proud of herself, more so than anything else she has attempted although she also thoroughly enjoys waitressing. She hope’s that her drawings can inspire other women to do whatever it is they want to do as she is a firm believer in girl power. boy power is also important to her.
Katie Parrish Gandrabur
Katie is in second year of fine arts at RMIT, while making books and having exhibitions. She makes slimy wiggly comics and paintings that are meant to seep into your pours and tickle the back of your throat. Formerly her work addresses the textures of reality, and she hopes to create an environment with her art that makes you question the thin veil of normality that shrouds the vision of most. On completion of her degree Katie hopes to resume her full time position as dishwasher at St Kilda McDonalds.
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