Group Show | Articulate turns eleven | Opening Event Saturday Dec 11th, 1-4pm Exhibition from Dec 11th until Dec 19th 2021 Open 11am – 5pm | Fri-Sun
Articulate turns eleven celebrates 11 years of spatial and experimental art practice with an exhibition of new or recent work by artists who have shown at Articulate. It acknowledges all the artists who have exhibited in that time, and the community who support it.
Artists showing :
Anke Stäcker, Anya Pesce, Aude Parichot, Barbara Halnan, Chantal Grech, Che Ritz, Corinne Brittain, Diane McCarthy, Do not wish to disclose, Elizabeth Day, Elizabeth Hogan, Elizabeth-Rankin, Elke Wohlfahrt, Eunjoo Jang, Fiona Kemp, Frankie Chow, Isobel johnston, Jan Handel, Jane Burton Taylor, Jennifer O’Brien, Judy-Ann Moule, Karen Benton, Kendal Heyes, LAN: Laurens Tan, Alex Wright, Noelene Lucas, Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger, Leisa Sage, linden Braye, Lisa Pang, Margaret Seymour, Melinda Clyne, Michelle Le Dain, Molly Wagner, Nathalie Hartog-Gautier in collaboration with Broken Yellow, Pamela Leung, Paul Sutton & Steve Simpson, Peter De Lorenzo, Philippa Hagon, Richard Kean, Ro Murray, Rox De Luca, Sarah Fitzgerald, Stefania Riccardi, STEVEN FASAN, Sue Callanan, Sue Murray, Tom Loveday, Vilma Bader
|Black and Red Organic Spill (2021) by Anya Pesce|
|Untitled: Remake, 2014-2021 by Margaret Seymour|
|PACKAGING NEEDS (my plastic brain). 2021, by Jan Handel|
|Notation Series (2015) by Barbara Halnan|
|#walkinginthecity by Molly Wagner|
|‘and she called him Daddy!’ by Judy-Ann Moule|
|Between Here and There, 2021, by Karen Benton|
Conditions of entry:
NSW Public Health Order requires all visitors over 16 years of age,
To sign in with the QR code provided at the entrance,
To have double vaccination, and wear a mask.
Social distancing rules will also apply.
Please don’t come if you are feeling unwell.
Articulate is a registered Covid Safe business.
Articulate project space is an artist-run initiative (ari) run by a group of artists whose diverse practices share an interest in the relationships artworks form with their locations. These practices have varied origins and purposes, and include a desire to contribute to the broad environmental movement through the role we hope that spatial art practices can play in re-valuing place.