Be Afraid, Be Very Very Afraid is an exhibition by Suzanne Bartos and Choi, Ik Gyu timed to mark the completion of the Royal Commission into the Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
Opening 1st December 2017, 6 - 8pm
Then open the weekend of 2nd and 3rd December 11am to 5pm
Artist talk 2.30 Saturday 2 December.
I’ve been attending or listening live to the Royal Commission and have been working on images that have arisen for me over the five years it had been sitting. Hearing my friends story I think perhaps that’s just what I’ve made: A room where the things that the Catholic Church have not wanted to look at, are stored.
This is project space project #14, a way of working in which Articulate is used as a project space for the development of artwork on-site, in the expectation that the work produced will develop unplanned relationships with the location.