Stanislava Pinchuk, September 2015
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Stanislava Pinchuk, September 2015

Stanislava Pinchuk, Surface to Air Karen Woodbury Gallery; 2 September – 3 October The fabric of our existence is a material emptiness. An emptiness more rich and complex than all the heavy metals, tectonic plates and suns of our universe. Even more than cerebral cortices. Let us meditate on a cloud momentarily. Fluffy, billowing and ephemeral. A consequence … Continue reading

Exhibition Essay, Robbie Rowlands, Sept 2013
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Exhibition Essay, Robbie Rowlands, Sept 2013

Robbie Rowlands, ‘The fountain be still’ Drawing Room, Rio Vista House – Mildura Arts Centre; 19 September to 10 November, 2013 Life is not lived in linear sequence but in harmonic echoes and repeated refrains. Reaching across the expanse of time and place, our memories mingle ephemeral recollections with material presence. The objects that surround … Continue reading

Exhibition Essay, ‘Painting/Sculpture/Floor work/Wall work’, May 2013
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Exhibition Essay, ‘Painting/Sculpture/Floor work/Wall work’, May 2013

‘Painting/Sculpture/Floor work/Wall work’, curated by Renee Cosgrave Stockroom Gallery, May 2013 Colour compositions as musical notation. Shapes formed into phrases for complex prose. Patterns beating out rhythms of discord and melody in equal measure. For painting / sculpture / floor work / wall work Renee Cosgrave has curated an orchestral ensemble of visual harmonies and … Continue reading

Exhibition Essay, Laura Woodward, Feb 2013
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Exhibition Essay, Laura Woodward, Feb 2013

Laura Woodward, ‘Introverted’ Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne; 31 January to 9 February, 2013 Nothing exists in isolation. Information flows, synaptic nerves fire and selfish genes hitch rides inside soft machines of their own invention. The fractal rhythms of life loop in echoed reflections. Laura Woodward engineers systems, balancing technical material precision with conceptual counterweights. Motion … Continue reading