10.12.16

Articulate Turns Six opened last night

artwork L-R: Marta Ferracin, Cecilia White, Marlene Sarroff

artwork: front: Alexandra Mitchell, back: Danica Knezevic

Chantal Grech

artwork L-R: Christine Myerscough; Steven Fasan

L-R: Lesley Giovanelli, Toni Warburton, Liz Coats

Rose Ann McGreevy

Alan Schacher / Mike Leggett

Sue Callanan
 
Raw Contemporary (Ryuichi Fujimura, Linda Luke, Gideon Payten-Griffiths, Kirsten Packham, Angela French, Renay Pepita),

Raw Contemporary performance times:
Saturday 10th and 17th December, 11.30-1.30 and 2.30-4.30
Sunday 11th and 18th December 11.30-1.30 and 2.30-4.30

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4.12.16

Articulate Turns Six: What Next? - opens Friday 9 December 6-8pm

For our end of year and sixth birthday exhibition, we asked artists who have exhibited at Articulate to show whatever they are working on now in Articulate Turns Six: What Next? 

Exhibition dates: 10-24th December 2016
Opening event: Friday 9th December 6-8pm
Opening hours: Friday- Sunday 11-5pm

Artists talks: Saturday 17 December 3-5pm 

Raw Contemporary performance times:
Saturday 10th and 17th December, 11.30-1.30 and 2.30-4.30
Sunday 11th and 18th December 11.30-1.30 and 2.30-4.30

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Artists showing work in Articulate Turns Six: What Next? include:
Adrian de Giorgio, Adrian Hall, Adrian Hobbs, Alan Schacher/Mike Leggett, Alexandra Mitchell, Anke Stäcker, Anya Pesce, Barbara Halnan, Cecilia White, Chantal Grech, Christine Myerscough, Danica Knezevic, Elizabeth Ashburn, Elizabeth Day, Jennifer O’Brien, John von Sturmer, Julie Brooke,  Kirsten Drewes/Elizabeth Rankin, Lesley Giovanelli, Liz Coats, Margaret Roberts, Marlene Sarroff, Marta Ferracin, Niall Robb, Nola Farman, Noelene Lucas, Pam Leung, Paul Sutton, Renay Pepita/Raw Contemporary (Ryuichi Fujimura, Linda Luke, Gideon Payten-Griffiths, Kirsten Packham, Angela French, Renay Pepita), Ro Murray, Rose Ann McGreevy, Rox de luca, Steven Fasan, Sue Callanan, Susan Buret, Sylvia Griffin, Vivienne Dadour, Toni Warburton and Yvette Hamilton.

Toni Warburton

Liz Coats

Paul Sutton

ADraTtiCuS De GoNzO

Lesley Giovanelli
Alan Schacher
Noelene Lucas

Earlier end-of-year shows:

Four great artists' talks and performance today


Fiona Kemp
Nuha Saad

Danica Knezevic
Kath Fries

Photos: Fiona Kemp and Nuha Saad

26.11.16

Stable - Artists' talks and performance at 3pm on Sunday December 4

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Nuha Saad The Sun Casts Shadows  of a Nostalgic Hue 2016


Nuha Saad The Sun Casts Shadows  of a Nostalgic Hue (detail) 2016

Fiona Kemp Stable 2016

Fiona Kemp Stable 2016 detail
Kath Fries Decant 2014 unfired ceramic ink water; Exhale 2016 beeswax charcoal paper
Kath Fries Exhale 2016

14.11.16

Stable opens Friday 18 November 6-8pm

Artists: Nuha Saad, Kath Fries, Danica Knezevic and Fiona Kemp
Opening: Friday 18 November, 6 - 8pm
Artist talks: Sunday 4 December, 3 - 5pm
Exhibition19 November to 4 December 2016
Open hours: Friday to Sunday 11am - 5pm

STABLE connotes many things including mental, physical, environmental, elemental stability and instability; a shelter for horses; or a bringing together - as in a stable of artists. These ideas are explored in Stable, a group exhibition by Nuha Saad, Kath Fries, Danica Knezevic and Fiona Kemp who all share mutual interests in exploring both the conceptual and material qualities of their practices, working with site-responsive, experimental and embodied processes. Together the four artists will generate new interpretative connections to critique the themes of stability and stables in Articulate project space. Their scope is broad, Nuha Saad works with abstracted ornamental objects, Kath Fries with ephemeral forms, Danica Knezevic with durational performance, and Fiona Kemp works conceptually within her multidisciplinary practice. Materiality will be a central concern in Stable, as these artists playfully and thoughtfully push the limits of their practices and mediums.


Danica Knezevic, Bound by longing, 2015, 
Performance, still from video 7:55 minutes



Fiona Kemp, Horse Gift Mandala, 2016, 
Horse feed bags sown together with horsehair, 
and horse sculptures received over the years as gifts. 
diameter 310 cm, Photograph: Ian Hobbs



Kath Fries, Suffuse, 2016, 
beeswax, charcoal powder, paper and light, (detail view).
Photograph: Kath Fries



Nuha Saad, Work in progress - detail, 2016, 
Flock wallpaper, acrylic and furniture, dimensions variable
Photograph: Nuha Saad