2.5.21

Aude Parichot - Open to Contingencies

Open 11am - 5pm Friday - Sunday 7-23 May 2021

Closing event Saturday 22 May 2-5pm

Artists' talks Saturday 22 May 3pm

Open to contingencies - Invitation to possibilities 

For a period of three weeks, Aude Parichot will be working on an evolving series of works responding to the project space and occurrences linked to the creative  process. This experimental project aims to embrace a place as readymade for engagement and activation, over time. The work is an invitation for the audience to join an art-work in development and connect with an attitude of curiosity and poetic transformation, acknowledging a place and the possibilities of creation through care, attention and imagination.

 

Aude Parichot Open (first visit) 2021


 

Aude Parichot is a French born, Sydney-based artist with a practice that traverses drawing, installation, performance, photography and video. She believes art offers us an alternative way to engage with the world around us in a creative and poetic way, challenging finite and fixed ways of thinking. It allows us to unify our agencies with what surrounds us and let new things emerge in a transformation process.  In her practice Parichot embraces an open creative process to discover what ‘engaging’ can reveal that ‘designing’ cannot. By embracing chance events, her work reflects on the unpredictable, transient and transformative nature of life and art. 


This is another project space project at Articulate project space

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

11.4.21

Anke Stäcker, Elke Wohlfahrt, Liz O’Reilly and Sonja Karl - open from Friday 16 April

                                                            SERIOUSLY VAGUE 

presents


four solo exhibitions:


Anke Stäcker – Random Discoveries

Elke Wohlfahrt – Positively Negative

Liz OReilly – Travelling Light

Sonja Karl – Revealing Visions


Anke Stäcker investigates streets with female names in Sydney, Elke Wohlfahrt works with the hardware of analogue photography, Liz OReilly plays with the weight of treasured ephemera, and Sonja Karl reveals changing scenes in different lights. 


Conversations between these four artists working entirely independently of one another have uncovered relationships and unexpected dialogues between their work. By deciding to combine individual exhibitions under the one collective Seriously Vague, the artists invite you to look for connections. 


Exhibition  Friday 16 April  - Sunday 2 May 2021


Opening  Saturday 17 April 1-5pm 


Performance by Liz O’Reilly 

Saturday 17 April at 3pm 


Artisttalk with Anke, Elke, Liz and Sonja 

Saturday 1 May at 3pm



Anke Stäcker Watch for Mabel 2020 (digital photo)


Elke Wohlfahrt – Positively Negative 2021

Liz OReilly World Cases 2021

Sonja Karl Fluid Shifts on the wing 1 2021

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

30.3.21

INHABITING ERASURES: EMBODYING TRACES OF THE FEMININE

SAT. 27 MARCH TO SUNDAY 11 APRIL

EXHIBITION OPEN HOURS 
WEDNESDAY TO FRIDAY 12 pm. TO 4 PM.
FRIDAY TO SUNDAY 11AM TO 5PM.

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.



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.



IMAGES BY HEIDRUN LOHR OF THE OPENING:








23.3.21

Rakini Devi opening this weekend

INHABITING ERASURES: EMBODYING TRACES OF THE FEMININE

EXHIBITION DATES 

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 <rakinidevi22@gmail.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).

RAKINI DEVI, REX CRAMPHORN STUDIO RESIDENCY, 2020, IMAGE BY HEIDRUN LOHR.

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

14.3.21

Eight - open 20-21 March

Open Days 11am-5pm Sat-Sun 20-21 March

Artists talk/discussion 2-4pm Sunday 21 March

Performance 3pm Saturday 20 March: Kit Bylett, Unravelling in Figure 8's.

Eight roomsheet 

Ten artists—Linden Braye, Kit Bylett, Sue Callanan, Lesley Giovanelli, Barbara Halnan, Fiona Kemp & Virginia Hilyard, Margaret Roberts, Emma Wise and Elke Wohlfahrt—have been working in the project space and backroom for nearly 3 weeks and will open the space to visitors on the final weekend as a group show.

Sue Callanan


L: Emma Wise, R: Barbara Halnan
Emma Wise




Lesley Giovanelli



Barbara Halnan







Margaret Roberts (photos the artist)

Kit Bylett



Linden Braye

Elke Wohlfahrt

Virginia Hilyard and Fiona Kemp




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

22.2.21

PROXIMITY 2021 open on the weekend

Opening Saturday 27 February 1-5 pm 

Open 27-28 Feb- 11am - 5pm


PROXIMITY 2021 will show the work of artists who are currently students of the National Art School who have selected this workshop as part of their participation in the  NAS Margaret Olley Drawing Week 2021 which is the school's warm-up to start of semester. 

Participating artists  are Mariam Abbas, Mischa Byrne, Frankie, Angelique King, Luna Gui, Dan Heslop, Em Ingram-Shute, Lyla Dushas, Aaron McGarry, Brandon McGee, Molly, Jillian Nalty, Mik Pastore, Sari Walker-Woods, Fergus Ward and Grace Won.

This workshop encourages students to develop a sensitivity to their immediate environment, and to engage with the building and general location in which they work. They will be supported by Articulate artist-directors, Margaret Roberts and Emma Wise to use the space as a project space, in which artwork is developed in the space in which it will be shown. PROXIMITY 2021 workshop participants will work in the space for 4 days, and then open it to the public for the weekend.

Project space work is one of the processes Articulate invites artists to engage in when participating in the Articulate program generally. While many artists show exhibitions of artwork made elsewhere, the project space project program has been devised for artists who want to experiment spatially by devising and/or developing the work in the space in which it is to be shown.  This is the model for the  PROXIMITY workshops.

See work made in earlier PROXIMITY workshops here

DAY 2 of PROXIMITY2021:

PROXIMITY 2021 participants

Frankie

Dan Heslop
DAY 4 of PROXIMITY2021:

Molly

Angelique King

Mik Pastore

Mariam Abbas


Conditions of entry to Proximity:
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

Mila and Kevin Sheehan - Articulate Backroom

Open 11am-5pm  27-28 February 2021

Opening event Saturday 27 February 1-5pm

roomsheet PDF (TBA)


Mila Sheehan - Longitudinal Comparison In Context


 


This artwork is actually a take on the increasing separatism between our origins, the natural world increasing human activity turning into independence. The reliability we have between us and our increased social complexity that works in equally with our technological enhancement that is an artificial vs natural endeavour.  


Further delivering promise for unity, treating everyone as fortunate and neurodivergent. The fear inducing notion that we are separate is actually fuelling the ultimate promise. 


My viewpoint is from the focus of a toxicological device, an invention called Micellar Morpholograph Tetherment Wave Sequencer and the sum of its parts scattered as fragments that becomes the interactive subject for the audience to make sense of. 




Kevin wolfox Sheehan -  fine cut and shattered




Fundamentally my work has followed the principle of “swords to ploughshares”

This piece is no different

It is the first of a series of works I intend to exhibit inspired by the DH108, the first jet aircraft that took off, landed under its own power and broke through the sound barrier.

Only 3 were constructed after the second world war and each tragically lost with its test pilot.


Their purpose to test out theories of the day that would end up as the first domestic intercontinental jet aircraft - the comet. 


From the results of data taken over the process of this work and exhibition I will compose sound and video pieces.


https://www.facebook.com/1039181762/videos/10221306329381284/


Conditions of entry to the exhibition:
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 (QR code) on entry to Articulate.

Keep 1.5 metres distance from others or wear a face mask

21.2.21

Last day for FRACAS

Open Sunday 21 February  11am - 5pm

Thanks to Articulate's wonderful Fracas volunteer, Kit Bylett, who organised Fracas so superbly despite the difficult COVID context. Here Kit participates in Stuff Back, participatory work by Emma Wise in Fracas6, by trying out a hat with a history. (See part of that history here: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10157810619730987&set=t.719830986&type=3)


Emma Wise Stuff Back 2021 (with Elizabeth Rankin participating)



L-R: Em Ingram-Shute, Emma Wise, Vilma Bader, Elke Wohlfahrt, Hannah Wilson

Conditions of entry to Fracas:
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

18.2.21

The final Fracas: FRACAS6 open from Friday 19 February

 Open 11am-5pm, Fri-Sun  19-21 February

 Opening event Saturday 20 February 1-5pm

FRACAS SIX ROOMSHEET

FRACAS SIX shows the work of Jane Alexander, Vilma Bader, Kim Bennett, Karen Benton, Sarah Fitzgerald, Emma Wise,  Em Ingram-Shute, Annelies Jahn, Steve Simpson + Paul Sutton, Seema Stamou, Lisa Pang & Anya Pesce, Elke Wohlfahrt, Teong Eng Tan & Elke Wohlfahrt, Sonia Vuchich, Hannah Wilson, Emma Wise and Riley Anderson.


Emma Wise, Stuff Back, 2021. For Stuff Back Emma Wise is asking anyone who was given some of Emma’s pile of stuff at Articulate during Stuff or Stuff 2 a year ago to come to Articulate on Saturday 20 Feb with the story/pics of what has happened to the stuff since. She’ll be there all day (or, if you’d prefer, you can send story/pics to emmawise2@gmail.com). [Image: Margaret Roberts, Stuff in kitchen cupboard getting ready to come back.]


Lisa Pang and Anya Pesce

L-R: Sarah Fitzgerald; Anya Pesce & Lisa Pang 

wall: Sonia Vuchich; floor: Kim Bennett

L-R: Sonia Vuchich; Kim Bennett; Elke Wohlfahrt; Sarah Fitzgerald



Vilma  Bader

L-R: Hannah Wilson; Teong Eng Tan + Elke Wohlfahrt

L-R: Sonia Vuchich & Em Em Ingram-Shute; Hannah Wilson

Seema Stamou













 

Conditions of entry to Fracas:
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