55 North Terrace Adelaide SA 5000
“I wanted to sort of feel limitless and not be governed by any idea of scale – to make things I wasn’t sure how to transport. I didn’t want to think about it, I just wanted to go for it. And you get to a point with a certain scale that you just become comfortable and it’s not as exciting. Maybe also, I was past that point. I needed to feel almost threatened.” – Brendan Huntley
Rather than simply relegating the voice to mere sound, in Seeing voices the voice comes to us in many utterances and instances. It is linguistic, cultural, social, gendered, human and post-human. In this regional touring exhibition the voice is explored as a visual, political and material entity.
“There are no fixed rules about what form this exhibition can take,” says TarraWarra Museum of Art’s director Victoria Lynn of the TarraWarra International.
“Having a home studio is really good for those spontaneous inspirations that come in the middle of the night. They don’t happen often, but it’s nice to have a space close to home. The only drawback is you can lose track of time.”
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