Now Exhibition Opening this Friday

I have a work in Now, which opens this coming Friday night at Old Customs House in Fremantle.
Come and support WA artists!!

WHEN: 6pm to 8pm, Friday 27 September 2019
WHERE: Old Customs House, 8 Phillimore Street Fremantle, WA 6160 

Gallery open 7 days 11 am to 6 pm, Saturday 28 September to Friday 18 October

Between the Sheets Exhibition

My Assemblage series is included in this exhibition which opens next Thursday 29 August at 6 pm.

Between the Sheets: Artists’ Books Exhibition 2019

to be opened by Paul Uhlmann, Artist and Senior Lecturer at Edith Cowan University

@ 6pm on the evening of Thursday 29 August 2019

Gallery Central, 12 Aberdeen Street, Perth

The exhibition runs 30 August – 21 September.  Hours 10 - 4.45 pm weekdays, 12 - 4 pm Saturday

Gallery East presents an exhibition of  70 works by 59 artists from 7  countries challenging the notions of the traditional book. Makers include printmakers, photographers, architects, wordsmiths, textile artists, painters, sculptors, digital artists, and, for the first time, a glass artist, with both traditional and contemporary approaches to creating books of art and art of books to inspire and captivate the viewer.

The artist’s book is above all a physical object with which everyone can interact.  Indeed, possibly alone in contemporary art practice Artists’ books have a universal appeal: an engagement with everyone who has held a book in his or her hand.

Books as art objects become more than containers of information, but works of art in themselves. While many artists are concerned with content, images, ideas or inventions, others use a variety of media, shapes and structures to create unique book works.  Now seen as a distinct art form, artists’ books have a growing appeal to artists, collectors, curators and the viewing public. 

This is the fourth biennial Between the Sheets: Artists’ books which Gallery East has launched in Western Australia and the third to be hosted by Gallery Central at North Metro TAFE.

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