Opening night of Now That Kin Have Gone with Karryn Argus at the Box Gallery at Sandbox Studios.
Installation day at The Box Gallery, Melbourne. The wait is finally over. Now That Kin Is Gone is up. In collaboration with Karryn Argus, this exhibition considers whether objects are significant in the way one deals with the loss of relationships.
A big day at the printing studio printing and signing new work for my exhibition at The Box Gallery at Sandbox Studios later on this year. When I first saw "Can You Feel Me?" on my camera viewfinder it reminded me of Yves Klein's blue monochromatic paintings. He said, "Blue is the invisible becoming visible". Blue it turns out is very tricky to print.
Melbourne is in the fifth COVID lockdown since the pandemic began and everything is beginning to feel same, same. I’ve been sorting out works for the exhibition at Sandbox Studios in Brunswick which has now been pushed out to mid-September. Fingers crossed that we will be lockdown free, and it all goes ahead.
The Sandbox Studio exhibition calendar for 2020 was released earlier this year and I'm thrilled to be exhibiting together with Karryn Argus in September. It's been a difficult period for art galleries and artists due to the COVID19 crisis but we are hopeful that restrictions will have eased by then. More information to follow soon.
The Ballarat International Foto Fringe (BIFF) Exhibitions launch at 80 venues in Ballarat on August 23rd. Vox Populi/Boah, 100 Bridge Mall has eight gallery spaces and will be open Mon-Fri 9.00 - 5.30pm Sat-Sun 10am -4pm