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Alicia Poppett Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary 
watercolour on board, dimensions variable, 2012
Photo: Jo Rankine
Beata Geyer Rose Mountain  MDF, Solver Brite Glo Scenic 
Flat Acrylic in VIVID ROSE (discontinued), dimensions variable, 2012
photo: Jo Rankine
above: Elisa Trifunoski Support 
wood, paint, dimensions variable, 2012
photo: Jo Rankine
Francesca Mataraga Minimalismo 2 (installation for Coloured Space - Articulate) 
fabric,vinyl, wood, clamps, 3m x 3m x 2.3m approximately, 2012
photo: Jo Rankine
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COLOURED SPACES opening Saturday 20 October 3-5pm

Articulate project space invites you to


Beata Geyer Francesca Mataraga Alicia Poppett Elisa Trifunoski

Opening Saturday 20th October 2012 3pm - 5pm

Beata Geyer, Francesca Mataraga, Alicia Poppett and Elisa Trifunoski come together in the exhibition Coloured Spaces to create new installations for the second instalment of the small installation program at Articulate project space. Each installation responds to the notion and reality of painting through spatial interventions within the gallery space. By the merging of coloured, architectural and sculptural forms the four artists encourage the experimental qualities of painting and demonstrate new ways of experiencing and engaging with the painted surface in space.

Opening: Saturday 20th October 2012 3pm – 5pm
Exhibition Dates & Hours: Open Friday to Sunday 11am - 5pm, 20th October – 4th November 2012.


Beata Geyer Monument Factory 49 2011 Photographer 
Francesca Mataraga, minimalismo (installation for Tin Sheds), 2011,
 fabric, wood, glass, fluorescent light, paint, vinyl. Tin Sheds Gallery. Photographer John Palsson.
 Alicia Poppett, Insomnia, 2011, fabric, yarn, paint, canvas. Photographer James Nguyen.
Elisa Trifunoski


NED KELLY (ALCATRAZ) a Heidelberg House project by Margaret Roberts and Stephen Sullivan, opens in Margaret's studio upstairs from Articulate on Saturday 20 October at 3pm.

Conceiving of a possible encounter by the Russian contemporary artist, Ilya Kabakov, with Sidney Nolan’s animation of suprematism’s Black Square in his Ned Kelly Paintings, Heidelberg House presents Kabakov’s imaginary reworking of this iconic image.

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The second of Articulate's cross-artform projects began on 1 october with emerging artists Kathryn Ryan and Alexandra Spence working with experienced artists Alison Clouston and Boyd. They will return on 5 November. Opening / showing of work produced by them and the other cross-artform projects, is planned for 18 - 24 February 2013.

See the small studio by Kathryn and Alexandra.

speaker wrapped in cotton

cross artform project 4 is planned for 4 - 17 February 2013

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.