Launching July 20.
Combining found and virgin materials, like cardboard and velvet, and orderly versus chaotic presentation. The works featured ‘In Opposition’ at Rubicon Gallery, are an investigation into the significance of a process based technique that connects to industry, and class. On show from September 25th - October 12th 2019.Read More
After the success of Contemporary Impressions in August 2017, we are proud to present Contemporary Impressions: Summer Edition. Showcasing works by leading printmakers from around Australia, as well as emerging artists expanding the boundaries of printmaking practice.
Artists: Aaron Condon, Eva House, Jennifer Stuerzl, Karen Kaese, Kerry Handwerk, Malini Maunsell, Marinka Parnham, May Bluebell, Rachel Dun and Sarah Murphy. '
Opening event: Thursday 25 January, 6 – 9pm.
Current: 24 January – 6 February.
We are both very delighted to have our work included in the upcoming Casula Powerhouse show, Fresh Blood: Redback Graphix and its Aftermath. Thanks to Wendy Murray and Stuart Bailey for their curatorial mission.Read More
"In this collaborative exhibition, the artists draw inspiration from everyday objects and experiences encountered in Japan’s cityscape to create striking artworks; from hyper-realistic paintings of vibrant manhole covers and funky prints playing on Japan’s centuries-old paste-up culture, through to neon infused ukiyo-e genre hacks on silkscreen print." Japan FoundationRead More
'The MCA’s DIY publishing festival returns! From the lurid to the luscious, feast your eyes on peeper-popping publications by local dynamos and small-press wizards. Covering topics that you didn’t know were writable, the annual MCA Zine Fair is a celebration of zinesters, distros, independent presses, and artists. Meet the makers, swap & sell zines, get literary in a workshop and hear interesting talks from creative heads.' MCA
Whilst in Taipei, I was able to explore the Art Cart we made in December 2015. I pieced togethera pop up piece which I took to the Taipei Night Markets. The setup was simplistic, easy to carry, and fast to set up and take down.
The setup created intrigue and confusion with the locals. This mini-project - along with last years Art Cart, are as much about experimenting in public spaces as reclaiming public space.
Having documented different types of metal and wooden carts, and been fascinated with the setup, of food, and amenities stalls during our travels, we decided to create our own mobile Art Cart.
We assembled in Newtown, Sydney, walking 10km through 5 neighbourhoods, sharing our work and forward use of colour with anyone who was interested. The P.I.T.S as a team disagree with the notion of art for art galleries only. Art Cart was an ideal way to explore other aspects inclusion, and presentation.
Art Cart is just as much about being in control of our own image and publicity, as it is being in control of the visual pollution and advertising that surrounds us, that we have no say in and increasing encroaches public spaces.