HEATHCOTE MUSEUM AND GALLERY

Heathcote Cultural Centre, Duncraig Road, Applecross

Gallery hours: Tue - Fri, 10am - 3pm, Sat to Sun 12 - 4pm

Closed Mondays and public holidays, free admission

T 9364 5666

melvillecity.com.au/heathcote

heathcote@melville.wa.gov.au

‘WATER & STONE’

STEPHANIE REISCH

24 MARCH - 29 APRIL 2018

OPENING NIGHT 23 MARCH 6-8PM

 

Water & Stone is a response to abstract ideas involving light, space and time in relation to the Swan River precinct. Explored primarily through the sibylline navigations of the jellyfish, an ancient and primordial hunter, the rich history surrounding the archaeology of the river networks, sand beds and underwater cave systems is paralleled with tactile negotiations involving water and stone. Through painting and drawing the artist touches on deeper themes that include myth, ritual and unchartered worlds.

Stephanie Reisch, Red River Skeletons 2018.

Oil, haematite, ebony powder, bone ash and Lumocolor pencil on Arches paper. 98 x 155cm.

UNTITLED’

ANDY QUILTY & AN UNNAMED ARTIST

5 MAY - 10 JUNE 2018

OPENING NIGHT 4 MAY 6-8PM

 

Untitled is a collaborative exhibition between Andy Quilty and a second artist who is currently a Masters candidate and prisoner in a West Australian jail.

 

Spanning drawing, painting and installation, this significant body of work explores ideas around punishment and rehabilitation, interrogating the cultural and political implications of societal attitudes towards the incarcerated.

 

Taking a first-person perspective of both ‘insider’ and ‘outsider’, the artists examine the impact of architectural design elements and micro-social prison environments on the physical, and psychological wellbeing of individuals.

(artist name redacted), Untitled, 2016, laser print on aluminium, 29 x 42cm

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