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Heidelberg's 'Sophie : Piet' opens Wednesday December 7, 6-9pm

"The Sophie : Piet assignment performs a deconstructive analysis that documents the curvilinear wave formations underlying Mondrian's classic neoplastic paintings, while linking them to analogous motional structures in the art of Sophie Tauber‐Arp. A historical collaboration is a possibility. Template documents exist for the subsequent creation of unknown architecture, art and graphic design." Heidelberg (aka Stephen Sullivan)

"Composition No. 1 with Red and Black 1929 - Heidelberg Poster" 2011

Piet Mondrian, Composition No. 1 with Red and Black 1929

The Extravagant Monarch

Sophie Piet is the fifth in the project space project programmed by Articulate project space


To 20 November: Kathryn Ryan - Pieces of Practice

Open last day - 

3-5pm, Sunday 20 November

"It is an odd thing, I believe, to be constantly looking down at the ground, always searching for broken and discarded things. After a while, it must surely affect the brain. For nothing is really itself anymore. There are pieces of this and pieces of that, but none of it fits together. And yet, very strangely, at the limit of all this chaos, everything begins to fuse again...As an object hunter you must rescue things before they reach a state of absolute decay. You can never expect to find something whole-for that is an accident, a mistake on the part of the person that lost it-but neither can you spend your time looking for what is totally used up. You hover somewhere in between, on the lookout for things that still retain a semblance of their original shape-even if their usefulness is gone." Paul Auster 'In the Country of Last Things' Faber and Faber, London 1989, p.35-36

cotton feather
Drawing for Twigs for Wood
Drawing for Window Drawings
Feather Cocoons
House Nests for Eggs
How to Draw Birds
Object Circle
Shell Sun
Spoon Shadows
Photos: Kathryn Ryan

Pieces of Practice  is the fourth in the project space project programmed by Articulate project space


Things like that.

Things like that.
Gladys Harmer nodded silently. Jack was a careful man: a bit finicky even, over some things. He always pulled out all the electric plugs at night; he turned the water off when they went on holiday; he climbed a ladder the correct way, hand over hand gripping the rungs, not the sides in case a foot slipped; things like that; things her own more carefree family had never worried about. Uncle Charlie had always found Jack's ways amusing, but then Uncle Charlie usually found something comical in everything. All the same, she could see the sense in Jack's caution where rats were concerned.