WHEN: 29 Mar 2017 – 9 Apr 2017
Experience a new installation of works, Fabrication, by multi-disciplinary artists Brooke Sanderson and Laura Taylor, which explores a merging of natural and deliberate environments. What results is not applause for a pure and untouched natural landscape, nor the design of urban structures, but the place where they meet and overlap. Join us at 6pm for the opening night, where you can view the exhibition, enjoy refreshments from the bar, and view the adjacent exhibition and performance, Glass Wind Improvisations.
Opening Wednesday 29th March | 6–8pm.
Exhibition continues until Sunday 9th April.
Gallery open Tuesday–Saturday 11am–6pm | Sunday 11am–4pm.
Brooke Sanderson’s current body of work was built from her experience on residency at the Greenhouse, Fowlers Gap in September 2016. This practice explores the mechanisms of memory, presenting works that represent the reorganisation and transformation that occur between sensory perception, recollection and reconstruction. Sanderson graduated from a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the National Art School with Honours in 2015 and she lives and works in Sydney, NSW. Her past works have been exhibited in Sydney, Australia, as well as in Lendava, Slovenia, where she was in residence in 2014.
Laura Taylor’s recent work is an investigation into the built environment, specifically interior spaces and the clean, glossy, synthetic textures and surfaces that separate humans from the outside world. Taylor’s research and experimentation aims to deconstruct the built environment that humans inhabit daily; the intimate and decorated interior spaces that surround us for protection, comfort, and luxury. Taylor graduated from a Bachelor of Fine Arts at UNSW Art and Design with Honours in 2014, and she lives and works in Brooklyn, NSW. She has exhibited throughout Sydney and NSW, as well as Hyrynsalmi, Finland where she completed a residency program in 2013.