an Exhibition at Adelaide Central Gallery 2018 in partnership with Guildhouse
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Her Name

Her Name

An Exhibition at Adelaide Central Gallery 9.July – 4.August 2018

in partnership with Guildhouse, this exhibition reflects in sensitive contemplation on the fabric of female identity.

curator Andrew Purvis

Kay Lawrence spent ages weaving a text found in an old diary of her (past) self into an eight meter long tapestry. Pierre Mukeba presents us with heartbreakingly beautiful textile paintings that incorporate his experience as a child growing up in a war-zone. Jane Skeer has packed up her late mothers clothes into loaded storing bags, she is memorising the mothers touch in three video works.

Then myself; recording the female presence in urban and suburban environment. Last Name, a project developed together with Elke Krasny in Vienna, a series of photographs and text, adapted to Adelaide. My Name is a wall-painting about ownership, claiming visibility of female representation throughout public space.

the exhibition is closing down so if you missed it here are some photo:

‘Image courtesy of Adelaide Central Gallery. Photo by Sam Roberts’

‘Image courtesy of Adelaide Central Gallery. Photo by Sam Roberts’

‘Image courtesy of Adelaide Central Gallery. Photo by Sam Roberts’

‘Image courtesy of Adelaide Central Gallery. Photo by Sam Roberts’

 

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