Coming - PROXIMITY

 Opening Fri 24 Febuary 2017 6-8pm
 Open 25-6 February

PROXIMITY 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 2017 Margaret Olley National Art School Drawing Week, which is the school's warm-up to start of semester.

These artists are Robert Campbell, Lily Cummins, Elyse Howe, Daniel McClellan, Jasper Powrie, Seema Stamou, Jayanto Tan, Paula Vallentine, Sharon Williams and Michael George Wren.

Images will be added as work progresses.  Below are images of past work by the artists.

Elyse Howe, 'AVOIDANCE BEHAVIOUR' (2015), a film with live and prerecorded music from Alexander Hunter and Charles Martin,  premiered at the Ainslie Arts Centre, Canberra, Australia (July 2015) www.elysehowe.com
Elyse Howe,  ANU EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC STUDIO - FACULTY ENSEMBLE SET AT THE 2015 YOU ARE HERE FESTIVAL: Howe projected still images of the night onto musicians in a collaboration with the ANU School of music lecturers Johannes Luebbers and Alexander Hunter, and PhD student Charles Martin performing a set of improvised music at the Canberra Museum and Gallery as part of the You Are Here Festival (21 March 2015) www.elysehowe.com
Seema Stamou Collection of Primitive Objects 2016 seemastamou.com

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 directors, Margaret Roberts and Emma Wise to use the space as a project space, as it was always intended. PROXIMITY participants will work in the space for 4 days, and open it to the public for the weekend.

Project space work is one of the processes we invite 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.   

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