MAY SPACE

Current Exhibitions

Kitchen-Studio, curated by Megan Fizell

- Black Box Projects, 2017

10 October to 4 November

The artists in this exhibition take the space of the kitchen as the site of their performative artwork. The films echo Feminist artists of the 1970s who utilised women's work to challenge traditional ideas of domesticity. Utilising the domestic gesture of cooking and preparing food, the artists interrogate a number of broad themes including the body, labour, and collaboration.

Artists include Hana Hoogedeure & Luke O’Donnell (Australia), Hanne Nielsen & Birgit Johnsen (Denmark), Ana Prvački (United States), Nina Ross (Australia), Miku Sato (Japan), and Kawita Vatanajyankur (Thailand).

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Ashleigh Garwood

- MASSING, 2017

10 October to 4 November

Massing is an architectural term that refers to the way a building’s form, shape and size is perceived. MASSING uses this idea as a prompt to explore ways in which the landscape is perceived through shifting forms, compositions and scale. Incorporating both analog and digital photographic processes, the works investigate the intersection of the forces that change the landscape and the forces that change our perception of it.
MASSING continues my exploration of constructed landscape imagery, utilising the framework of geology to reference accumulation and erosion of time and meaning within the image.

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MAY SPACE

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