SAFE KEEPING: KATIE BRECKON
CLOSES 23 MAR, TUE-FRI, 10AM-4PM, SAT, 10AM-2PM
SAFE KEEPING is an exhibition by artist Katie Breckon reviewing the Aboriginal stone tool collection of West Kimberley bushman Vic Cox.
Originally from Wellington, New Zealand, Breckon is an artist, educator and remote community arts worker based in the West Kimberley outback. Living in the Kimberley since 2011, Breckon is influenced by her surroundings and by what is missing from the landscape – the absence of the familiar and how her two homes New Zealand and the Kimberley contrast each other.
Image courtesy of Katie Breckon
BUILT TO LAST
14 APRIL 2018 - 11 MAY 2018
TUE-FRI, 10AM-4PM, SAT, 10AM-2PM
FRIDAY 13 APRIL 2018, 6.30PM-8PM
RSVP ESSENTIAL TO LAURE@PSAS.COM.AU
‘Built to last’ by Jenn Garland is an investigation of places where industrial activity and the pursuit of progress has reshaped the land. It explores man-made terrains along with the human needs and desires which motivate extraction of commodities from the earth. A mixed-media installation focuses on sculptural features within otherworldly and ruined landscapes. Inspired by archival records, satellite imagery and scientific research, the exhibition makes connections across time to reimagine the histories of these places and offer projections of possible futures. Responding to her scientific background researching sustainability, Garland examines the imprint of humanity on the environment, and ‘nature’ in an era defined by its absence.
Built to Last by Jenn Garland, Parallel geography of home
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