Installation shot of Liminal_Narratives Exhibition

Installation view of Liminal_Narratives, 2014

Access Gallery presents:

Dusk: Gregory Alexander

24 September - 16 October 2016

Opening event Saturday 24 September, 2pm – 4pm

Gregory Alexander, Dusk 2014, watercolour, 136 x 96cm. Courtesy of the artist.

In this series of works, Gregory Alexander scrutinises the seemingly mundane; from a level crossing silhouetted against an evening sky to a car pulling out of a side street at dusk.

These moody drawings and paintings of townscapes are embedded with layers of memory that weave complex associations, which are highly personal but also culturally universal.

Habitat: Annemieke Mein

24 September – 6 November 2016

 

Annemieke Mein, Dance of the Mayflies 1988, high relief wall sculpture, 110 x 180 x 10cm. Courtesy of Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale.

Acclaimed Dutch-born Australian artist Annemieke Mein is recognised as one of the world’s foremost textile artists.

Habitat brings together a significant collection of Mein’s work that demonstrates her lifelong passion for raising awareness of the need to protect our natural heritage.

Her interest in insects, especially those which might not usually be considered beautiful, and her drive to capture the character and personality of her subject in its environment opens our eyes to its unique place in our world.

Access Gallery presents:

An Auspicious Place: Deborah White

22 October - 13 November 2016

Deborah White, Ever-renewing delight 2014, Installation view at Linden Art Prize exhibition. Photographer: David Marks.

Native animals that dare to cling to their space in the face of urban development are reduced to the status of pest. As a counterpoint, Bayside artist Deborah White, presents a video installation inspired by shamanic practices that revere animal wisdom.

Deborah White’s art practice includes performance-based photography and video installation. Using humour and fantasy, she transforms personal experience to blur the boundaries between the material and immaterial worlds.

From the Studio: Bayside Artists in Residence

19 November – 21 December 2016

Opening event Thursday 24 November, 6pm – 8pm

Stephen Nova, Luna II (detail) 2015, oil on canvas, 71 x 92cm. Courtesy of the artist and Hill Smith Gallery.

Gillian BARNETT, Thomas BOWMAN, Samuel CONDON, Kate JUST, Motoko Katsuto KITANO, Sherrie KNIPE, Evan LAWSON, Rob MCHAFFIE, Stephen NOVA, Anna ROWBURY, Shannon SMILEY, Luhsun TAN and others.

From the Studio celebrates the artistic yield of the artists and writers who have completed a yearlong Bayside Artist in Residence at Billilla Historic Mansion since 2013.

The exhibition will incorporate all disciplines of artistic practice from textile works to painting, and sculptural assemblage to video installation.

 


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