NYSZTOR STUDIO

Nyisztor Studio, Melville

391 Canning Highway Melville

(Entry and parking via Stock Road)

Gallery hours: Tue – Sat 10 – 5, Sun 2 – 5

Free admission

M 0414 459 503

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Nyisztor Studio is an independent artist run space. It combines multiple exhibition venues, curates and hosts exhibitions and provides a support network to its associated artists and houses artist studios.

AMANDA MARSH

AWE AND WONDER

1 - 18 MARCH

 

Amanda Marsh’s highly anticipated new solo exhibition of works produced over a twelve month period living in remote northern Iceland.

Marsh’s work explores ideas related to philosophical aspects of consciousness and phenomenology. In Awe & Wonder she takes a particular interest in how the experience of the exotic, the unknowable and extra-ordinary can alter one’s perception of the world, the self and of time. The series includes a range of paintings from the tiny to the epic as well as digital animations.

Amanda Marsh, Ótti og furða (Awe and wonder) (detail), ink and oil on yupo paper 900cm x 153cm

SAVE YOUR BREATH

LINDA BANAZIS

14 – 29 APRIL

 

Discussion with artist Wednesday April 18, Saturday April 21 each at 3pm

 

Recent events in Hollywood regarding the harassment of females in the entertainment industry have been hot topics in the media with well reported reactions from many branches of the celebrity world.

What situation do ordinary women in Australia meet in these circumstances when their voices seem lost, smudged and better forgotten?

 

The materials used in the forms have significance in the overall content of the work. Paper and glue denote a delicate, unstable situation. They accommodate accident through their fragility.

Linda Banazis, part of installation 2018paper, 77x74x74cm.

Photo Garry Parris

CONTRAPUNTAL

SUSAN ROUX

14 – 29 APRIL

 

Discussion with artist Wednesday April 18, Saturday April 21 each at 3pm

 

The artist’s work is an iconography of location, measurement and registration of territory. It represents a codified materiality of the tearing and assembly of landscape via the action of sewing.

 

Layered thick textured paper allows the artist to elaborate the cartography of the worlds apart, unpublished and improbable. The artist draws the eye to the loss of any reference, identification and reality.

 

Susan Roux, part of installation 2018

paper, ink, thread (detail)

 

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