Witching Hour at Mothership Studios Curated by Susannah Boothroyd.
Featuring, Natalie Kula, Maddy Wolfe, James Redman-Ascough, Katharine Hawkins, Rhiannon Hopley, Shannon Johnson, Venus Vamp, Kat Allport, Gab Bates, Claire Conroy, Gillian Wednesday, Alana Optic Refraction, Wendy Yu, Ivana Jovanovic, and Susannah Boothroyd.
Opening night 30th 6 pm – 10 pm
Exhibition Oct 30th – Nov 4th
Image: detail of Ante-Mortem, video projection installation – Rhiannon Hopley
Art Guide Australia featured my exhibition palimpsest: palɪm(p)sɛst – a landscape of memory with Toby Penny at Penny Contemporary, Hobart Tasmaina, in their Top Five Exhibitions to see this week!
ART GUIDE AUSTRALIA Our top five exhibitions to see this week:
Kaylene Whiskey’s ‘Wonder Woman’ at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney. @roslynoxley9 Image: Kaylene Whiskey, ‘Tina’, 2019, acrylic on linen, 67 × 91cm. Image courtesy the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.
‘Place Makers’ at The Australian Tapestry Workshop, Melbourne. @austapestry @sepiasiren Image: Paula do Prado, ‘El Grito’, 2018, cotton, wool, hemp, linen, raffia, Bobbiny cotton rope, twine, paper covered wire, wire, glass seed beads, wooden beads, açai seed beads. 110 x 60 x 5cm. Photo by Document Photography.
Andy Butler’s ‘All-in-One Solution for Glowing Fairness’ at Bus Projects, Melbourne. @busprojects @andyray87 Image: All-in-One Solution for Glowing Fairness, Andy Butler. Image courtesy of Bus Projects and the artist.
Rhiannon Hopley and Toby Penney’s ‘palimpsest: palim (p) sest—a landscape of memory’ at Penny Contemporary, Hobart. @pennycontemporary @rhiannonhopley Image: Rhiannon Hopley, Antithesis, 2017 Courtesy of Penny Contemporary.
‘Open House: 3rd Tamworth Textile Triennial’ at JamFactory Seppeltsfield. @jamfactoryau @ema.shin Image: Ema Shin, ‘Devoted Body’, detail, 2017. Photo courtesy of Oleksandr Pogorilyi.