A painter, a photographer and an arts therapist come together to work collaboratively on a project exploring and documenting a creative journey of
uncertainty and play.
Rigby House, corner of Coff and Duke Streets, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
Quiet and considered movement and gesture pervade Gabriella and Silvana Mangano’s lyrical, mainly video based, practice.
Tasmanian artist Rosie Hastie exploits the photographic medium like an illusionist. To create her work, Hastie combines skillfully placed lighting with wads of crumpled paper to produce the impression of a fantastical landscape.
In STEEL: art architecture design, curator Margaret Hancock Davis narrows the field to focus on the innovations made by Australian designers and artists working in the 21st century.
Australian constructivism, since its birth in the 1930s, built upon the legacy of both British and Russian constructivists, “by emphasising the material, spatial and technical aspects of art making, and by furthering the abstract language of geometric forms,” explains curator Sue Cramer.
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