Artists: Alexi Freeman, Tessa Blazey and Jane Burton.
31 Flinders Lane Melbourne VIC 3000
Even though Chinese-Australian artist Lindy Lee has changed and refined her art practice over time there are certain themes that continually pervade her work.
Like many exhibitions, Telaesthesia began with conversation. “The five artists in this exhibition all shared a studio space for several years until 2012 and we would sit around our kitchen table and talk about what it meant to be painting in a post-digital and post-internet world,” says curator and artist Tony Lloyd.
In Fragments of Language, an exhibition of over 30 new, small-scale sculptures, Koning’s studio will be transposed into the Engine Room space at Turner Galleries.
“My studio is in a rather cramped and cluttered room at home in Northcote. I’ve been working in it for around 12 years now. It’s good for doing a lot of work at any time but not so good when I want to switch off.”
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