Category Archives: Art

The Distance

The Distance: a temple to nothing, gate to nowhere. Two structures – 7 and 8 metres tall – stand at the edge of Kelvedon Estate, on the east coast of Tasmania. Part of the ‘Sights of Love and Neglect’ project for

The Distance

The Distance: a temple to nothing, gate to nowhere. Two structures – 7 and 8 metres tall – stand at the edge of Kelvedon Estate, on the east coast of Tasmania. Part of the ‘Sights of Love and Neglect’ project for

Tertium Organum

A floating floor, steel ropes, a humming piano wire and slender wooden structures that all insinuate themselves beyond the space make up this installation at CAT gallery, Hobart. Tertium Organum was part of Artist to Artist, a series of four short-run

Tertium Organum

A floating floor, steel ropes, a humming piano wire and slender wooden structures that all insinuate themselves beyond the space make up this installation at CAT gallery, Hobart. Tertium Organum was part of Artist to Artist, a series of four short-run

The Clear

Installation of steel rope ‘drops’ that activated the entire vertical space of the main gallery at Constance ARI, West Hobart. The composition of ropes formed Gestalt mixed messages – arrangements that fall just short of coherent patterns. As our minds are pattern-seeking organisms, these

The Clear

Installation of steel rope ‘drops’ that activated the entire vertical space of the main gallery at Constance ARI, West Hobart. The composition of ropes formed Gestalt mixed messages – arrangements that fall just short of coherent patterns. As our minds are pattern-seeking organisms, these

Devices, Composition

A corner installation for The Z Factor, a show in honour of Paul Zika’s 30+ years of service to the Tasmanian School of Art. Aluminium, fluorescent light. Photos by Raef Sawford.

Devices, Composition

A corner installation for The Z Factor, a show in honour of Paul Zika’s 30+ years of service to the Tasmanian School of Art. Aluminium, fluorescent light. Photos by Raef Sawford.

The Drink

The 2012 Queenstown Heritage and Arts Festival marked 100 years since the fire in the Mt Lyell mine killed more than 40 men. Most of the miners at the time lived in nearby Linda and Gormanston, so it was in

The Drink

The 2012 Queenstown Heritage and Arts Festival marked 100 years since the fire in the Mt Lyell mine killed more than 40 men. Most of the miners at the time lived in nearby Linda and Gormanston, so it was in

The Blue Book

The Blue Book was installed in the Plimsoll Gallery at the Tasmanian College of the Arts in February, 2012. It was a two-part trapezoid space that interpenetrated the lower and the taller parts of the gallery. The shape of the

The Blue Book

The Blue Book was installed in the Plimsoll Gallery at the Tasmanian College of the Arts in February, 2012. It was a two-part trapezoid space that interpenetrated the lower and the taller parts of the gallery. The shape of the

The Grey Book

In May 2009, The Grey Book occupied the main space of the old Inflight Gallery, an artist-run space in North Hobart. Blue Book was an attempt to play the music of space. It was an installation-composition that, like some polytonal music (think

The Grey Book

In May 2009, The Grey Book occupied the main space of the old Inflight Gallery, an artist-run space in North Hobart. Blue Book was an attempt to play the music of space. It was an installation-composition that, like some polytonal music (think