24.12.19

FROLIC FREEZE 1 opens Friday 17 January at 6-8pm

FROLIC FREEZE 1 will be open 11am - 5pm Friday - Sunday 17 - 19 January, showing the work of Karen Banks, Rachel Buckeridge, Carla Cescon, Dominique Madeleine Devadason, Lucy Merrett, Tanya Peterson, Tamsin Salehian, Megan Schwartz and Rolande Souliere. 

FROLIC FREEZE 1 ROOMSHEET

FROLIC FREEZE has 5 other openings, on 24 and 31 January and 7, 14 and 21 February 2020, and will be open 11am-5pm Friday - Sunday, 17 January - 23 February.

FROLIC FREEZE is a rolling exhibition showing the work of around 10 artists at a time over its 6 weeks. As a progressive art-dance, its artworks come and go according to a pattern that shows how individual artworks subtly change as their context of other artworks alters. See these changes as well as the artworks by coming to each of its 6 iterations, opening on 17, 24 and 31 January and 7, 14 and 21 February 2020. 


Artists participating in FROLIC FREEZE over the whole 6 weeks are Karen Banks, Liz Bradshaw, Beta Bruder, Rachel Buckeridge, Jane Burton Taylor, Sue Callanan, Carla Cescon, der_melicious, Dominique Madeleine  Devadason, Michele Elliot, Gina Fenton, Michelle Grasso, Laine Hogarty, Raymond Matthews, Diane McCarthy, Lucy Merrett, Joanne Makas, Mahalya Middlemist, Wendy Miller, Janet Ollevou, Renay Pepita, Tanya Peterson, Margaret Roberts, Tamsin Salehian, Megan Schwartz, Rolande Souliere, Anke Stäcker, Jessica Thallmaier, Dell Walker, Nina Walton, Molly Wagner, Emma Wise, Elke Wohlfahrt and Sarah Woodward.



FROLIC FREEZE continues Articulate’s experiment with exhibition practice begun with FAIR ISLE, FERALFERRET and FERMENT in previous years.


SEE FROLIC FREEZE PLANNING HERE

Karen Banks Ghost 2020  (still  image, single channel video) (Group A)
Wendy Miller  Strange Flowers, detail, 2020 
(acrylic paint, archival pen & adhesive, paper, double matt film) Group G


Molly Wagner A Walk (Frolic) in Articulate 2020 (Group C)



Michelle Grasso Eclipse 2018 (group G) Eclipse is an image series 
that visually integrates different environments as one seamless image. The work 
developed from spontaneous experimentation in which Eclipse Series 1  
was layered and manipulated to create a new image. 




der_melicious, make-me-a-better-artist, 2019. (Group G)




7.12.19

Articulate Turns Nine

Open 11am-5pm 7-22 December

ROOMSHEET


Molly Wagner

Laine Hogarty

Karen Banks

Vilma Badser

Anja Pesce

Molly Wagner, Elizabeth Day, Jacquelene Drinkall

Lesley Giovanelli, Michelle Ledain

Angus Callander

Sonja Karl

Sue Callanan, Merryn Hull, Virginia Hilyard

Sarah Woodward











Jeff Wood

Beta Bruder

Anna Tierney

Barbara Halnan

Emma Wise (last day)


Photos: Margaret Roberts

6.12.19

Articulate Turns Nine opened tonight

Open 11am-5pm 7 - 22 December

ROOMSHEET

Lisa Sharp, Lesley Giovanelli, Michelle LeDain

Virginia Hilyard

Lesley Giovanelli

Sarah Woodward, Margaret Roberts, Jennifer O'Brien

Nola Farman 

left: Mireille Eid; right: Emma Wise

Emma Wise (performed by Ella Dreyfus)

Adrian Hall
Chantal Grech

Paul Sutton & Steve Simpson

Sue Callanan, Jane Burton Taylor


photos: Margaret Roberts

1.12.19

Articulate Turns Nine opens Friday 6 December 6-8pm

Opening Friday 6 December 6-8pm

Open 11am - 5pm Friday - Sunday 7-22 December

ROOMSHEET

Articulate Turns Nine shows the work of artists who have exhibited at Articulate in the past to celebrate Articulate’s birthday exhibition, as we have done every year since 2010.  Articulate’s birthday exhibitions celebrate Articulate and the artists, audiences and communities it serves.  Artists participating in AT9 are:

Elizabeth Ashburn, Vilma Bader, Karen Banks, Ciaran Begley, Linden Braye, Corrinne Brittain, Bettina Bruder, Jane Burton-TaylorAlison, Sue Callanan, Angus Callander, Alison Clouston & Boyd, Elizabeth Day, Jacquelene Drinkall, Mireille Eid, Nola Farman, Steven Fasan, Gina Fenton, Clancy Gibson, Chantal Grech, Adrian Hall, Barbara Halnan, Virginia Hilyard, Laine Hogarty, Merryn Hull, Isobel Johnston, Sonja Karl, Michelle Ledain, Jennifer O’Brien, Anya Pesce, Elizabeth Rankin, Margaret Roberts, Lisa Sharp, Anke Stäcker, Paul Sutton and Steve Simpson, Anna Tierney, Molly Wagner, Emma Wise, Elke Wohlfahrt, Jeff Wood and Sarah Woodward.

design: Madeline Callanan

Ciaran Begley Bulb#9 2019


Jacquelene Drinkall_Branching Mind Postures  2019 (detail)

Karen Banks Flax 2019

Gina Fenton LACUNA 2019

Sarah Woodward Corners - Articulate 2019
See previous Articulate birthday exhibitions here: 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010

22.11.19

Saturday November 30: 3-5pm: International Remembrance Day for Lost Species:


Join us for a salon of readings, discourse, performance, music & soundscapes at Articulate project space with Anne Casey, Simon Champ, Ross Gibson, Virginia Hilyard, Kraig Grady & Terumi Narushima,  Reject Theatre Group, Uncle Bruce Shillingsworth, Amanda Stewart, Gary Warner and the artists of GOING GONE.

Organised by Juliet Fowler Smith, Noelene Lucas & Gary Warner.
Presented in association with the exhibition GOING
GONE.

3-5pm 30 November 2019
ALL WELCOME

UNCLE BRUCE SHILLINGSWORTH TALKS AT THE INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR LOST SPECIES


GOING GONE is open 11AM-5PM Friday to Sunday until Sunday 1 December
image: vexatious extinction equation [detail]  Gary Warner 2019















16.11.19

GOING GONE opened last night

Saturday November 30: 3-5pm: International Remembrance Day for Lost Species

Open 11am - 5pm 16 Nov – 1 December



GOING GONE is is organised by Noelene Lucas and Juliet Fowler Smith as an exhibition that explores creative responses to human-induced species extinctions, ecological devastation and the climate emergency.  It will show the work of Suzanne Bartos, Barbara Campbell, Josie Cavallaro, Simon Champ, Juliet Fowler Smith, Joan Grounds, Virginia Hilyard, Noelene Lucas and Gary Warner.



Photo: Chris Tay
Photo Chris Tay

11.11.19

GOING GONE opens on Friday 15 November 6-8pm

Opening 15 November 6-8pm 2019


International Remembrance Day for Lost Species: Saturday November 30: 3-5pm: 

Open 11am - 5pm 16 Nov – 1 December

GOING GONE is is organised by Noelene Lucas and Juliet Fowler Smith as an exhibition that explores creative responses to human-induced species extinctions, ecological devastation and the climate emergency.  It will show the work of Suzanne Bartos, Barbara Campbell, Josie Cavallaro, Simon Champ, Juliet Fowler Smith, Joan Grounds, Virginia Hilyard, Noelene Lucas and Gary Warner.


Juliet Fowler Smith Sunflight, 2018-2019. Photograph