INHABITING ERASURES: EMBODYING TRACES OF THE FEMININE
SAT. 27 MARCH TO SUNDAY 11 APRIL
EXHIBITION OPEN HOURS WEDNESDAY TO SUNDAY 11 AM. TO 5 PM.
I will be working in the gallery for the two weeks following the opening from Wed. to Friday, including the normal gallery hours Friday to Sun 11 am. ~ 5pm.
EXHIBITION OPENING EVENT SATURDAY 27 MARCH 6~8pm
PERFORMANCE RAKINI DEVI & DR. CAT HOPE (BASS) 7 ~ 7.30 pm (RSVP essential)
(NB: Bookings for Sat 27 March are currently full)
SATURDAY 10 APRIL EXHIBITION FINAL WEEKEND PERFORMANCE RAKINI DEVI & LIBERTY KERR (CELLO) 4.30 pm to 5pm.
RSVP: Rakini Devi <email@example.com>
This multidisciplinary exhibition comprised of cloth canopies, journal paintings, video installations and chalk art is informed by my ongoing research into the ‘erasure’ of women through acts of misogyny and violence. These crimes escalated during the pandemic and continue to date. In the context of these atrocities, my installation explores several metaphors of erasure with traces of the (absent) female body materialising as spectral residue.
For three weekends during the exhibition I will be giving a short performance interacting with my art. For the opening and closing events, I am thrilled to be performing with two extraordinary sound artists and composers with whom I have a history, Dr. Cat Hope (Vic) and Liberty Kerr (NSW).
Conditions of entry:Please do not come if you are unwell or a contact of a COVID-19 case.Use the hand sanitisers provided at the entrance to Articulate.Complete your contact tracing information on entry to Articulate.Keep 1.5 metres distance from others or wear a face mask