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A group exhibition of ceramic works by Riti Malik, Jacqueline McBeath and Gomathi Suresh.
Through the materiality of clay, Riti Malik, Jacqueline McBeath and Gomathi Suresh investigate their connection to the environment and the spaces they live in; their relationship with their bodies, and how that is connected to their inner selves; their connections as women, and creatives. Informed by their place in the continuum of contemporary studio practice and inspired by the natural world, where every element is different and yet connected, these artists endeavour to bring their individual thought processes and emotional responses to the notions of spatial awareness, interstitiality and connectedness to our environments.
Image: Riti Malik, Porcelain Vessel, 2022, terra sigillata, black smoke fired. Photo: Greg Piper
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Riti Malik, "Porcelain Vessel", 2022, terra sigillata, black smoke fired. Photo: Greg Piper
Jacqueline McBeath, “Each a Goddess”, 2022, porcelain and slate
Jacqueline McBeath, “Each a Goddess”, 2022, porcelain and slate. Photo: Greg Piper
Gomathi Suresh, "Stoneware Vessel", 2022, multiple slips, oxides, glazes and slip-cast textural elements in relief
Riti Malik, "Porcelain Vessel", 2022, terra sigillata, stoneware oxidation. Photo: Greg Piper
Jacqueline McBeath, "Pauses for thought", 2022, porcelain, canvas and paint. Photo: Greg Piper
6pm - 8pm, Friday 20 January
Guest Speaker: Lisa Cahill, CEO & Artistic Director, Australian Design Centre
Visit Riti Malik
Visit Jacqueline McBeath
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A group exhibition presented by Anthea Boesenberg, Rhonda Nelson and Anna Russell.
An exhibition of abstract landscape paintings by Juliemma Moran.
Jim Happ, retired Metallurgical Engineer, shares his study of the Reverberatory Incinerator and Engineering Company and incinerator buildings, designed by Walter Burley Griffin and Eric Nicholls.