Image: Michele Beevors,The Wreck of Hope, installation view, Forrester Gallery, 2014.
Michele Beevors works between the monstrous feminine and commodity fetishism and has recently become interested in object oriented ontologies.
Michele completed Masters Degrees at the ANU School of Art and at Columbia University New York in the 1990s and is currently visiting Sydney from the Otago Polytechnic School of Art in Dunedin, New Zealand, where she now heads the Sculpture Department. Michele will be speaking about her practice in general, with particular emphasis on her latest body of work, The Wreck of Hope currently showing at the Forrester Gallery at Oamaro in New Zealand until mid February. Michele will present images of her work and talk about her intentions and processes, followed by discussion with the audience.
This is the first of an ongoing program of free artists' talks at Articulate project space to which everyone is invited. It gives artists and anyone interested in art the opportunity to see and hear how artworks are contextualised within the artist's art practice and understanding of the world, as well as providing opportunity to discuss directly with the artist.
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