30.9.12

GAP BY CLOSING DATE

Artists continued working until the closing on Sunday 30 September.
above: GAP through a helpful viewing aid 
photo: Tony Serone Pollard
all above: Linden Braye Helpful Viewing Aids (details)
above 2 images: also includes Francesca Mataraga fragment from Elisabet (detail) 
Sue Callanan he thought he was losing his mind (detail)



Photos: Sue Callanan

27.9.12

GAP closing event Sunday 30 September: 3-5pm

With works by Linden Braye, Sue Callanan, Shirley Cho, Laine Hogarty, Francesca Mataraga, Alicia Poppett and Margaret Roberts
Open Hours: 11-5pm. Friday-Sunday, 28-30 September
photo: w.seeto

GAP Roomsheet

26.9.12

GAP in process

above: Margaret Roberts yellow-space (detail); 
Shirley Cho Untitled (detail - cotton muslin, cotton thread)
above: Alicia Poppett STACK (detail); Sue Callanan Mound; Shirley Cho Untitled (detail)
 above: Alicia Poppett STACKFrancesca Mataraga fragment from Elisabet 
above: Laine Hogarty Trespass (detail), Alicia Poppett STUCK;
Shirley Cho Untitled (detail)
above:Laine Hogarty Trespass & Shirley Cho untitled (details)
above: Margaret Roberts yellow-space, Laine Hogarty Trespass,
 Alicia Poppett STACK, Francesca Mataraga fragment from Elisabet,
above: Linden Braye A Series of Helpful Viewing Tools (detail)
 
 above: Sue Callanan, he thought he was losing his mind (detail)
above: Margaret Roberts yellow-space (detail)

Photos: Margaret Roberts & Sue Callanan

24.9.12

GAP opens Wednesday 26 September 6pm

with work by Linden Braye, Sue Callanan, Shirley Cho, Laine Hogarty, Francesca Mataraga, Alicia Poppett and Margaret Roberts

GAP is a group project-space event in Articulate project space in which seven  artists are each working in the whole of the project space for 17 - 30 September 2012. The artists are aiming in various degrees to engage with the whole space at the same time as sharing it with others, negotiating with each other when crossing over or working in the same place. It is called GAP because, as well as the artwork likely to be produced in the time, it is also intended to encourage a focus on accidental or deliberate disjunction and interaction between artists, artworks and architecture. 

Opening Wednesday 26 September 6-8pm
open 11am - 5pm Fri - Sun till 30 September
Closing event  Sunday 30 September 3 - 5pm



16.9.12

UNTITLED-SITE/NONSITE the work

Elizabeth Day
Noelene Lucas
 Bronia Iwanczak, The Corpse is Not in it’s Place, 2012
 Bronia Iwanczak, The Corpse is Not in it’s Place, 2012
 Bronia Iwanczak, The Corpse is Not in it’s Place, 2012
Rose Anne McGreevy