November Exhibitions At AirSpace Projects

AirSpace Projects | 26-Oct-2016
Four solo exhibitions by Glenn Locklee, Ellen Dahl, Jaqui Mills and Catherine Polcz open at AirSpace Projects on Friday November 4, 6-8pm. The artists explore a diverse range of subjects from the transformation of cities, the island as metaphor, presence/absence and plant intelligence through painting, photography, video and objects. Exhibition continues until 5pm Saturday 19 November.
Venue: Airspace Projects
Address: 10 Junction Street Marrickville 2204
Date: 4-Nov-16
Time: 6-8pm
Ticket: FREE
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Call: 438020661
Ellen Dahl, Untitled, 2016, archival pigment print. Courtesy of the artist.

Gallery One

Glenn Locklee
Construct Redux
Glenn Locklee's paintings capture his observations of the increasing redundancy of small business and domestic manufacturing; and the proliferation of high-rise, high-density living as house and land ownership become increasingly unattainable.

Gallery Two

Ellen Dahl
This Is Where We Meet
Dahl's photographic installation explores the concept of the island to reflect back upon the contemporary self and the political. The Island as the notion of the definitive edge, with its hard boundaries and fixed limits. The individual versus the collective. Me and you. Us and them. A metaphor for the nation state. Yet the shoreline is corroding and new islands are born.

The Cranny

Jacqui Mills
Something In The Room
Dwellers of inhabited spaces are often perceived as being the protagonists, or activators, of the spaces in which they live. Something in the Room questions the notion of presence and absence in the context of the home, suggesting that perhaps there are other protagonists activating space without the presence of the dweller.

Deep Space

Catherine Polcz
Herba morbus
Herba morbus is a museum-style exhibition that explores the theme of plant intelligence. By displaying illustrations and artifacts from the field, Herba morbus examines the ways in which we try to understand plants; and asks a question that eternally mystifies:

What does a plant know?

Examining the question from a scientific, pseudoscientific, mythological and art perspective, Herba morbus traces the idea of plant intelligence from its Aristotelian roots to the present day.

Artist Talks from 3.00pm Saturday 19 November. Followed by casual conversation with the artist over home-baked afternoon tea. @AirSpaceP @airspaceprojects #airspaceprojects

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