Morphogenesis

Kathie Najar | 12-Aug-2016
Morphogenesis is an exhibition embodying flux, memory, time and nature. Emily McGregor's solo show is a sensitive and revealing observation of movement and change. Her sculptural installations resemble archaeological finds, organic and captured in transition; while her layered drawings are abstracted maps recording the marks of choreographed bodies.
Venue: Incinerator Art Space
Address: 2 Small Street Willoughby
Date: 7 - 25 September 2016
Time: 10am - 4pm Wednesday to Sunday
Ticket: Free
Web: https://www.willoughby.nsw.gov.au/EventDetails.aspx?PageID=1892&eventid=4101
Emily McGregor, Before, 2015
Official opening: 2- 4pm Saturday 10 September Morphogenesis is an exhibition embodying flux, memory, time and nature. Emily McGregor's solo show is a sensitive and revealing observation of movement and change. Her sculptural installations resemble archaeological finds, organic and captured in transition; while her layered drawings are abstracted maps recording the marks of choreographed bodies. Opening Hours: 10am-4pm, Wednesday to Sunday Contact: Kathie Najar on 0401 638 501 or email kathie.najar@willoughby.nsw.gov.au Public Programs Embodying Environmental Awareness with Dean Walsh - Saturday 24 September, 1.30 - 5.30pm Emily McGregor Artist Talk - Sunday 25 September, 2 - 3pm A Willoughby Council curated exhibition

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