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Lucy Bleach

Lucy Bleach’s superslow examines site and material in relation to geologic and architectural time.

superslow draws on Bleach’s practice of sculptural responses to geological processes that frame concepts of volatility, impact and resonance. By slowing down the experience of these forces, the artwork presents opportunities for intimate encounter and understanding.

superslow presents a process-based sculpture that materially alters during the course of the exhibition, presenting a body of work in slow flux.

Curator: Sean Kelly

 

Presented by Salamanca Arts Centre

 

Supported by Arts Tasmania, City of Hobart, Aspect Design and the Tasmanian College of the Arts (University of Tasmania)

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TICKETS

Free event

DURATION

Tue 10 March – Mon 20 April Weekdays 10am-5pm, Sat 21, Sun 22, Sat 28 and Sun 29 March 10am-3pm

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

FLOOR TALK

Sat 28 March, 2pm

DATES

Hobart

Kelly's Gardens (Salamanca Arts Centre)

Fri 20 Mar 2015, until Mon 20 Apr 2015,

Lucy Bleach’s superslow examines site and material in relation to geologic and architectural time.

superslow draws on Bleach’s practice of sculptural responses to geological processes that frame concepts of volatility, impact and resonance. By slowing down the experience of these forces, the artwork presents opportunities for intimate encounter and understanding.

superslow presents a process-based sculpture that materially alters during the course of the exhibition, presenting a body of work in slow flux.

Curator: Sean Kelly

 

Presented by Salamanca Arts Centre

 

Supported by Arts Tasmania, City of Hobart, Aspect Design and the Tasmanian College of the Arts (University of Tasmania)

AAT-Artists-Talks-icon

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