Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Paper Clips

2 recent newspaper interviews - one about the Graffscapes and the other about the Pigeon Hole.

Saturday, March 14, 2009

CONDUIT Objects, space and connection. 27 March

BRUNSWICK STREET GALLERY 322, Brunswick St. Fitzroy, 3065
OPENING: Friday 27 mar at 6pm. Runs to 9 Apr 2009

The Conduit exhibition was a big success. We had one month to integrate our practices and responded to each others work and the interior of Brunswick street gallery. The process initiated many unexpected dialogues, as well as those considered, combining the perceptual, spatial, visual and tactile.

Conduit brought together the photographic sculptures of Devika Bilimoria, my own paintings and sculptures, and the installations and sculpture of Horse, Carmen Reid and Beau Emmett.

Art Catalyst Interview

Click the image to read the interview

Exhibition #2 at the Pigeon Hole

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Exhibition Friday 13th - March

COme see my work at "THE PIGEON HOLE"

Friday March 13th 6-10pm
38 Hutchinson St, East Brunswick

Following the success of its premiere exhibition, The Pigeon Hole is again opening its doors to the public.
YOU, 1 gigantic warehouse and 14 artists will all meet on Friday the 13th of March in East Brunswick. Floating exhibition walls, flying performers, walk around sculptures - experience the visual, audio, artistic fun-park in between 6pm and 10pm.

Pigeon Hole is a huge, formerly commercial warehouse which has been transformed into a dynamic, self organized artist collective. Responding to a need in the community for dynamic, non commercial establishments, it is a fertile ground for contemporary artists to collaborate, perform, exhibit and exchange new ideas.
Pigeon Hole currently houses the bizarre and inspiring studios of over 14 artists ranging in practice from visual arts, experimental electronic composition and design, to acrobatic physical theatre.