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on REvolution   

on REvolution   

2 – 26 March

ACT artist Elizabeth Kelly is our Artist in Residence – she says it’s time for artists to rethink how we conduct ourselves in a truly revolutionary manner – to stand against the habits of plastic waste, fossil fuel dependence and pollution.

Revolution also refers to a circle, and in this case, a circular economy. Spinning around an axis acts as a metaphor for rethinking the framework of a changing world. Kelly exhibits with local artists working with found and upcycled materials, asking “what can we do to minimise the environmental impact of the artwork we make or consume?”

Artists: Elizabeth Kelly with Fiona Gavino, Nien Schwarz, Mark Parfitt, Dawn Gamblen, Phil Gamblen, Kathy Allam, Theo Koning, Ric Spencer, Claire Bailey, jewellers Sarah Elson and Louise Gore Langton, with Bruce Slatter, Leonie Mansbridge, Sharyn Egan, Nalda Searles with Pantjiti Mary Mclean and Dinni Smith and special guest, Bondi gleaner Rox De Luca.

Read a review in SeeSaw magazine here:

Sustainable artworks yield poignant results

Phil Gamblen feather iris

Rox De Luca, A Lament for Wentworth. 2020, found plastics and wire












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Theo Koning, Prepared to see, 2020, mixed media