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BEVAN HONEY

GONE TO DOT

MAIN GALLERY

2 FEBRUARY – 10 MARCH

 

A surf lifesaving watchtower, a snow-making machine, a public amenity block at Rottnest Island and a modernist house in Canberra are some of the objects featured in Bevan Honey’s exhibition Gone to Dot. These are objects associated with leisure and humble indulgences; they are not grandiose but in some ways they are symbolic of luxury. The objects have been extracted from their representative context or environment, and instead are anchored only by the process of their construction as images.

Bevan Honey, Viscount, oil, graphite and acrylic on canvas, 203 x 180cm, 2017.

PENELOPE FORLANO

MAKING CUSTODIANS

ENGINE ROOM 1

2 FEBRUARY – 10 MARCH

 

This exhibition presents Forlano’s creative production outcomes from doctoral research; a series of furniture and architectural public art works. She takes a Design Anthropology approach to explore the person-object relationship typical of artefacts with long-term or inter-generational attachment and special significance. She studied at Curtin University, graduating in 1997, and has a background in interior architecture and public art.

 

BRUCE SLATTER & NICOLE SLATTER

YOUR MOVE.

ENGINE ROOM 2

2 FEBRUARY – 10 MARCH

 

Your move furthers the artists’ collaborative practice that began in 2016.

 

The elements of painting and sculpture fit together as modular installation as well as individual works.

 

They acknowledge the wonder in visual scenarios and encounters of daily life, and allow for the consideration of the delight found in the complexity of human endeavour.

Penelope Forlano, The Unforgotten, American black walnut timber & stainless steel, 95 x 138 x 33.5cm (Image courtesy FORM, photographer Eva Fernandez)

Bruce Slatter & Nicole Slatter, Gold hound, mixed media, 102 x 41cm (Photographer Tim Palman)

 

 

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