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

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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

14.2.21

The final FRACAS coming up

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

   Opening event Saturday 20 February 1-5pm

FRACAS SIX ROOMSHEET

FRACAS SIX completes the FRACAS experiment with exhibition practice that began with  the FAIRISLE,  FERALFERRETFERMENT and FROLIC FREEZE  experiments in previous years. It presents the exhibition as a changing site by re-contextualising each artwork with new works installed in the gaps left by the departure of works that were installed earlier. This weekly coming and going of artworks is a slow and progressive art-dance, each step of which is seen by coming to each of its six Friday-Sunday iterations until February 22. Opening events are each Saturday 1-5pm.

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

Design: Kit Bylett

Artists participating in FRACAS over its six week program are Lisa Andrew, Pamela Leung, Tara McIntosh, Raymond Matthews, Margaret Roberts, Sue Callanan, Kit Bylett, Jeni Mulvey, Stefania Riccardi, Kiwibull Art, Alyssa Clemson, A Legge, Michele Elliot, Sue Murray, Mahalya Middlemist, Diane McCarthy + Bruce McCalmont, Anke Stäcker, Maria Alvarado, Brett Anthony Moore, Isobel Johnston + Sue Murray, Julia Hemens, Mia Domansky, Kim Bennett, Elke Wohlfahrt, Em Ingram-Shute, Annelies Jahn, Bettina Bruder, Jane Alexander, Steve Simpson + Paul Sutton, Isobel Johnston + Jude Crawford, Vilma Bader, Lisa Pang, Anya Pesce, Sonia Vuchich, Seema Stamou, Teong Eng Tan + Elke Wohlfahrt, Emma Wise, Hannah Wilson and Riley Anderson. Images of the artworks appear on articulate497.blogspot.com as it is installed.

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

12.2.21

FRACAS5 open

  Open 11am-5pm, Fri-Sun  12-14 February

 Opening event Saturday 13 February 1-5pm

FRACAS FIVE ROOMSHEET

FRACAS FIVE shows the work of Maria Alvarado, Brett Anthony Moore, Isobel Johnston + Jude Crawford, Julia Hemens, Mia Domansky, Kim Bennett, Elke Wohlfahrt,  Em Ingram-Shute,  Annelies Jahn, Sarah FitzGerald, Seema Akhmetova, Jane AlexanderSteve Simpson + Paul Sutton, Vilma Bader, Sonia Vuchich, Seema Stamou and Teong Eng Tan + Elke Wohlfahrt.


Steve Simpson + Paul Sutton
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Teong Eng Tan + Elke Wohlfahrt
Annelies Jahn



L-R: Maria Alvarado; Sonia Vuchich
Jane Alexander


foreground: Kim Bennett


L-R: Em Ingram-Shute and Sonia Vuchich; Mia Domansky

Em Ingram-Shute and Sonia Vuchich

wall: Sarah Fitzgerald; floor: Brett Anthony Moore

wall: Sarah Fitzgerald; floor: Brett Anthony Moore, Sonia Vuchich
 
L-R: Sarah Fitzgerald; Sonia Vuchich;  Brett Anthony Moore

Em Ingram-Shute

Elke Wohlfahrt, Vilma Bader

Vilma Bader

Vilma Bader, Elke Wohlfahrt

L-R: Annelies Jahn Kim Bennett; Julia Hemens

Conditions of entry to Fracas:
There are limited places in Articulate due to COVID restrictions. 
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

7.2.21

FRACAS5 is open from Friday 12 February

 Open 11am-5pm, Fri-Sun  12-14 February

 Opening event Saturday 13 February 1-5pm

FRACAS FIVE ROOMSHEET

FRACAS continues Articulate’s experiment with exhibition practice begun with  FAIRISLE,  FERALFERRETFERMENT and FROLIC FREEZE  in previous years. It presents the exhibition as a changing site by re-contextualising each artwork with new works installed in the gaps left by the departure of works that were installed earlier. This weekly coming and going of artworks is a slow and progressive art-dance, each step of which is seen by coming to each of its six Friday-Sunday iterations until February 22. Opening events are each Saturday 1-5pm.

FRACAS FIVE shows the work of Maria Alvarado, Brett Anthony Moore, Isobel Johnston + Jude Crawford, Julia Hemens, Mia Domansky, Kim Bennett, Elke Wohlfahrt,  Em Ingram-Shute,  Annelies Jahn, Sarah FitzGerald, Seema Akhmetova, Jane AlexanderSteve Simpson + Paul Sutton, Vilma Bader, Sonia Vuchich. and Teong Eng Tan + Elke Wohlfahrt,

design: Kit Bylett 

FRACAS5 includes Walking together along the Edge, which will be held in Articulate's backroom. Teong Eng Tan and Elke Wohlfahrt warmly invite you to take part in ‘The Dialogue’,  based on David Bohm’s writing ‘On Dialogue’. The meaning of the word ‘dialogue’ is somewhat different from what is commonly used. ‘Dia’ means ‘through’. A dialogue can be among any number of people, not just two.  The dialogue will be a stream of meaning, flowing among and through us and between us - out of which may emerge some new understanding, something creative, new, uniting you and all together. In dialogue nobody is trying to win. Everybody wins if anybody wins.

‘The Dialogue’ will be held on Saturdays, February 13 and 20, 2021 from 3pm


Artists participating in FRACAS over its six week program are Lisa Andrew, Pamela Leung, Tara McIntosh, Raymond Matthews, Margaret Roberts, Sue Callanan, Kit Bylett, Jeni Mulvey, Stefania Riccardi, Sadhbha Cockburn, , Kiwibull Art, Alyssa Clemson, A Legge, Michele Elliot, Sue Murray, Mahalya Middlemist, Diane McCarthy + Bruce McCalmont, Anke Stäcker, Maria Alvarado, Brett Anthony Moore, Isobel Johnston + Sue Murray, Lucy Keirle, Julia Hemens, Mia Domansky, Kim Bennett, Elke Wohlfahrt, Em Ingram-Shute, Annelies Jahn, Bettina Bruder, Seema Akhmetova, Jane Alexander, Steve Simpson + Paul Sutton, Isobel Johnston + Jude crawford, Vilma Bader, Kansas Smeaton, Isabella Cooke, Lisa Pang, Anya Pesce, Sonia Vuchich, Teong Eng Tan + Elke Wohlfahrt, and Riley Anderson. Images of artwork appear on articulate497.blogspot.com as it is installed.


Conditions of entry to Fracas:
There are limited places in Articulate due to COVID restrictions. 
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