22.12.15

‘The Space in Between’ by William Seeto - open from Saturday 26 December

Closing Reception: Sunday 3 January, 12-5pm
Open Hours: 11am-5pm, Friday-Sunday, 26 December 2015 -3 January 2016

William Seeto 'The Space in Between (detail)'_2015


‘The Space in Between’ is a body of new two and three-dimensional works that juxtapose sculpture and wall works made in 1995 with recently made works, which examine the detail ‘in between’ of site and artwork. It expands on use of corrugated cardboard as media by revisiting older works made twenty years ago, which resulted from a twelve month residency in Berlin that had a lasting impact on an emerging practice. The residency was used to investigate the European sensibility for using everyday materials and this culminated in long-term use of wrapping paper, raw linseed oil, corrugated cardboard/ cartons, chalk and pigment that are described as ‘ephemeral works’, a term located in duration as well as descriptive of material. It is based on use of everyday materials not only as readily available media but also for its inherent expressive quality inspired by Arte Povera.

“Arte Povera is most notable for its use of simple, artisanal materials, it did not use these to the exclusion of all else. Some of the group's most memorable work comes from the contrast of unprocessed materials with references to the most recent consumer culture. Believing that modernity threatened to erase our sense of memory along with all signs of the past, the Arte Povera group sought to contrast the new and the old in order to complicate our sense of the effects of passing time.” Tracee Ng

William Seeto is a practicing installation artist and independent curator with a practice of 34 years. His site-specific constructed installations investigate non-objective abstraction and perceptual qualities in constructed environments that reconstruct architectural space in a blend of minimalism, process art and kinaesthetic experience that incorporates immersive light, sensory perception and luminal effects of uniform light (Ganzfelds).

http://williamseeto.blogspot.com.au/
For updates - https://thespaceinbetween1.blogspot.com.au/

19.12.15

HAVE YOUR SAY opened last night

Have Your Say opened last night with the work of John +air, Linden Braye, Beta Blocked, Mandy Burgess,  Jane Burton Taylor, Sue Callanan, Alison Clouston and Boyd, Maryanne Coutts (curated by Lynne Eastaway), Elizabeth Day, Ella Dreyfus, Marta Ferracin, Chantal Grech, Barbara Halnan, Justin Henderson, Virginia Hilyard, Fiona Kemp, Kate Mackay, Ro Murray, Anne Onomous, Sue Pedley, Elizabeth Rankin, Ambrose Reisch, Renay Ringma, Che Ritz, Margaret Roberts, Alan Schacher, Margaret Seymour, Paul Sutton, Lisa Tolcher & Liz Hogan, Gary Warner and Emma Wise.

Have Your Say is open 11am-5pm until Sunday 20 December. 

Rochford Street Review by Bernadette Smith

ROOMSHEET
See time-based work on Vimeo


Linden Braye
Beta Blocked
Renay Pepita
Barbara Halnan
Elizabeth Rankin

L: Sue Callanan; R Gary Warner
L: Sue Callanan; R Gary Warner

Jane Burton Taylor

Lisa Tolcher & Elizabeth Hogan
Ro Murray

Virginia Hilyard

Emma Wise

Ambrose Reisch
Chantal Grech


Marta Ferracin
John +air

Alison Clouston & Boyd
Margaret Seymour

Ella Dreyfus
Kate Mackay
Renay Pepita
Anne Onomous
Maryanne Coutts

Sue Pedley
Elizabeth Day
Che Ritz
Paul Sutton



















Gary Warner

13.12.15

HAVE YOUR SAY - in progress

Alan Schacher Diasporic Body 2015

Ambrose Reisch

Fiona Kemp Biodiversity 2015

Gary Warner Invextions 2013

Maryanne Coutts Dress Code 2015 (curated by Lynne Eastaway)

Margaret Roberts BULGA 2015


HAVE YOUR SAY opens Friday 18 December 6-8pm

 18 - 20 Dec 2015  11am - 5pm
Opening party Friday 18 Dec 6 - 8pm 

Articulate is celebrating the end of the year and our fifth birthday with the exhibition, Have Your Say.  

Have Your Say is our 2015 end-of-year exhibition
of spatial and experimental artwork by artists who have previously shown at Articulate. This year Articulate was prompted by the social and political crises facing the world to invite artists to have their say—about climate change, war, refugees, extinctions, the environment, the TPP or other concerns artists have.

Have Your Say includes the work of
John +air, Linden Braye, Beta Blocked, Mandy Burgess,  Jane Burton Taylor, Sue Callanan, Alison Clouston and Boyd, Maryanne Coutts (curated by Lynne Eastaway), Elizabeth Day, Ella Dreyfus, Marta Ferracin, Chantal Grech, Barbara Halnan, Justin Henderson, Virginia Hilyard, Fiona Kemp, Kate Mackay, Ro Murray, Anne Onomous, Sue Pedley, Elizabeth Rankin, Ambrose Reisch, Renay Ringma, Che Ritz, Margaret Roberts, Alan Schacher, Margaret Seymour, Paul Sutton, Lisa Tolcher & Liz Hogan, Gary Warner and Emma Wise.

Alan Schacher, "2 men scenarios" with Peter Fraser 
Platform 5, Sydney 2012. photo: Heidrun Lohr
see flier for DIASPORIC BODY performance
Anne Onomous
Beta Blocked volatilité persistante Berlin Kunsthalle m3, 2014
Marta Ferracin Meeting Point, 2015
Margaret Roberts ISDS Factory 49 2015. photo Glenn Locklee
Linden Braye Helpful Viewing Tools 2011
Paul Sutton Elapatoo, 2015
Gary Warner

Justin Henderson Abacus | Forever New

Ella Dreyfus Enough Said (detail) from the series Intimate Distance 2014
Chantal Grech We Remember You Beirut 2015

Invitation pdf 
(excludes late entries - find full list above)