Allegra Holmes, Susan Chen, Wonderland, 2019, 3-D printed Stoneware, Ceramic tiles, Photographic decals

In-Between curated by Kristi Pupo and Anna Battersby

In-Between is an exhibition collating the fields of glass and ceramics. Exhibiting artists include Anna Battersby, Canbera Bayrakter, Susan Chen, Marcus Dillon, Jan Guy, Allegra Holmes, Laura Nolan, Kristi Pupo, Mitsou Shoji and Eleni Tsomis, all of whom walked the halls of Sydney College of the Arts’ ‘object’ studios in Callen Park. The ‘in-between’ is an essence of the unseen; the play between boundaries, binaries, dexterity, concepts, beauty and outcomes. This exhibition interrogates the idea of playing in-between purpose and chance while working within the tangible frameworks of contemporary art and craft. This translates into a play between material and ethereal, amounting to an interchangeable and congruent harmonisation of the conceptual and the craftsman. The visual idea of an embodied object intersperses between morphological worlds of reality and imagination, acknowledging the perspective of both positive and negative margins. Each artist, a master within their own craft, manipulates, encompasses and modifies their inner realism.
Details: Thursday 10 October, 6pm – 8pm; Exhibition dates: Thursday 10 October – Monday 21 October

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Images: Kristi Pupo, To See Through Her Eyes, 2019. Photo courtesy of the artist; Allegra Holmes, Susan Chen, Wonderland, 3-D printed Stoneware, Ceramic tiles, Photographic decals, 2019. Photo courtesy of the artist