emerge ART SPACE
23 Jul – 16 AUG
Alana McVeigh’s work is primarily an investigation of the vessel through simplicity, line and shape. This recent body of work questions the idea of ‘the vessel’ through a series of deconstructed/reconstructed wheel thrown forms.
southern ice porcelain 2014
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and emerge ART SPACE
27 AUG – 20 SEP
emerge ART SPACE is delighted to present a new solo exhibition of stunning bronze sculptures by the acclaimed Iraqi-born artist Ayad Alqaragholli. Ayad continues this new series looking at the thread that runs between his previous life in southern Iraq and his new history in his adopted country Australia. His work has been collected widely in Australia and internationally and he has exhibited in Europe, the Middle East and Japan in 2013 as well as his continued high-profile presence at the Sculpture by the Sea exhibitions. The must-see first up exhibition of 2014!
Felicity Sivewright, Feeder, acrylic on canvas 2012
Courtesy of the artist and emerge ART SPACE
KATHRYN HAUG / CHLOE TUPPER
27 AUG – 20 SEP
The ongoing themes of pattern, shape and space continue to exist within these new works however overall the work has become more experimental in material use, form and scale. Playing with a range of creative processes has allowed new ways of considering how this informs the ever unfolding visual narrative. These processes include initial layers of fluidly poured paint and pattern construction using simple print making techniques. The use of masking tape has been applied to create sharp edged forms and detailed mark making using tiny brush strokes helps fill certain parts of the pictorial space. Finally, collage adds another layer to activate the interplay between process, imagery and meaning.
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