THREE MONTH FEATURED FOYER ARTIST, NEW ZEALAND
Installed in the gallery foyer of Nelson's Refinery Art Space whilst on the move from one remote location to another "How many ice creams if she knew I did this?" juxtaposes 91 collected objects over a period of three months in context to the artist’s previous physical residency and occupation within one of New Zealand’s premier tourist destinations, Fox Glacier. Restaged from the original walls of a remote house in which the work was devised, this body of work including a moving image of selected text works debuts as the first work in sculpture since 2011 and the first international solo exhibition in New Zealand.
CROSS CONTINENTAL COLLABORATION
An ongoing series of spontaneous experimental responses with London based artist artist Hannah Le Feuvre since taking recent residence in Sydney Australia. This project visually communicates a common language across hemispheres and time zones by receiving, relaying and interpreting each artists moments of day to day creative expression.
Two years since acquiring the original collage "ANONYMOUS FEMALE CLEANER (2015)" Battersea Power Station have lined the residents access road into Circus West with artworks from selected artists. The first new shops, restaurants and cafés moving into the first phase, Circus West Village opening summer 2017. Please note, the road is not currently open to public access.
SOLO SHOW ANNOUNCED
DOUBLE PAGE SPREAD ... OUT NOW!
Making The Cut Vol.1 The Worlds Best Collage Artists is an inspirational survey of today’s leading practicing collage and mixed media artists. Featuring an artist profile and "ACCIDENTALLY ASSORTED HEADRESSES" (2016), it offers a unique insight into the creative approaches and practices of international collage artists at the forefront of their craft.
Published by: Crooks Press
Release Date: January 18, 2017
Features: Full color, hardcover, 274 pages
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$94,000 RAISED TO DATE AND AN INTERNATIONAL DEBUT
Postcards from the Edge 2017 raised over $94,000 to-date for the programs of VISUAL AIDS. There were 1,432 postcard-sized works on display by artists from around the world, and over a thousand people attended the event at Metro Pictures NY. Visual Aids thanks all participating artists and everyone who came out to support, enabling them to continue producing AIDS-focused contemporary art programs and provide supplies and assistance to artists living with HIV/AIDS.
Metro Pictures 519 W 24th St, New York, 10011
13th - 15th January 2017
New works in collage continue an ongoing exploration of composition, appropriation and juxtaposition derived from the unplanned nature of being a passer-by, personal travel photographs and chance selections from second hand books.
Motifs appear in positive and negative silhouettes, stencilled, dissected, removed and rotated whilst kaleidoscopic configurations take audiences on visually complex detours to trace imagery back to their original state.
Presented in grid like formations, the artist allows for works in series to manifest into new frames where associations between neighbouring aesthetics feed individual interpretation when challenging which dominant visual takes narrative lead.
The Peckham Pelican 92 Peckham Rd, London SE15 5PY
7th June - 2nd July 2017