Wednesday, 17 September 2014
Architecture of Time
Architecture of Time is a direct response to the theme duality. It explores the notion of duality as defining outermost aspects of the same reality, not in order to divide, but to understand its parameters and interconnections. It plays with common symbols of duality (positive and negative space, light and shadow) to create narrative.
“How can I be substantial if I do not cast a shadow? I must have a dark side also if I am to be whole”
― C.G. Jung
You can see Architecture of Time among other artworks by SOUP responding to the theme of duality. I hope to see you there:
Tuesday, 9 September 2014
The Art and Science of Ceramics
Venue: Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, The University of Western Australia
Attend: FREE. RSVP essential. Register online
Join us for a discussion between Associate Professor Andrew Rate from the School of Earth and Environment and ceramic artists Andrea Vinkovic and Stephanie Hammill.
The use of clay as both artistic medium and source of scientific enquiry will form the basis of this discussion. Andrew Rate has conducted the specific analytical application of Powder X-ray Diffraction on selected clay and glaze materials used by exhibiting artists. Some of this has been collected from diverse areas of the state.
The results are to be revealed in conversation with the artists who offer their own perspectives in relation to their artistic practice.
This FREE symposium is presented by The School of Earth and Environment - Campus Partner for HERE&NOW14.
HERE&NOW14 exhibition, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery 2014, Photography: Lyle Branson: