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 ARTIST TALKS

On Saturday 16 April 2-5pm

The Artists Will Be Present

10 Junction Street Marrickville Sydney

Shalini Jardin, Ainsley Wilcock and Janette Gay will discuss the ideas underpinning their exhibitions from 2.00pm.  Join us and navigate encounters with the ‘other’, the action of ‘grotesquing’ and altered perceptions of space. Conversation and lashing of tea until the closing of the April exhibitions at 5pm.

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Shalini Jardin, hybrid beings (installation view), 2016, HD digital video (4:00 mins). Photo: AirSpace Projects

 

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Ainsley Wilcock, Skin to Green, 2016, faux fur on stretchers, 40.6 x 40.6cm. Photo: AirSpace Projects

 

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Janette Gay, Cornered (installation view), 2016, HD video looped (1:20 mins). Photo: AirSpace Projects.

AirSpace Projects currently closed while new exhibitions are installed. Reopens 11am Friday 1 April

APRIL EXHIBITIONS

Friday 1 to Saturday 16 April

Opening Event

Friday 1 April 6-8pm

ALL WELCOME

Gallery One and The Cranny
Shalini Jardin
Other/Worldly

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This exhibition explores a fusion of animal/human hybridity and questions fixed binary constructions of Otherness. Various beings and sentient life forms are de/constructed to create new meanings.

Gallery Two
Ainsley Wilcock
Grotesquing The Body Trace

Ainsley Wilcock Composite #15 2016 coloured pencil on stonhenge paper 112 x 76.5 cm (detail 2) copy 2
Relying on the interaction and co-presence of humour, horror, play and terror, Wilcock fuses the grotesque aesthetic with seemingly incongruous categories of images and forms. Clothing and unstable ‘bodily’ materials provide transient territories to explore ideas of presence and absence.

Deep Space
Janette Gay
Cornered

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Cornered, a multi-media digital installation will explore the manner in which our increasingly constrained and inward focussed urban environments can confine our world. The installation will play with the restricted gallery space, its corners and with concepts of being cornered and forced into restricted positions.

 

Image Top: Shalini Jardin, Hybrid Beings (video still), 2016, HD digital video: 5 mins. Courtesy of the artist.
Image Middle: Ainsley Wilcock, Composite #15 (detail), 2016, coloured pencil on Stonehenge paper, 112 x 76.5cm. Courtesy of the artist.
Image Bottom: Janette Gay, Cornered #1 (video still), 2016, HD video looped (1:20 minutes). Courtesy of the artist.
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