‘NAS Five Years On..’ is a collaborative project with seven artists all graduates from National Art School, Darlinghurst. The project was devised by Ro Murray as a visual ‘jam session’undertaken from May 27th – June 14th, utilsing the site of … Continue reading
June 23, 2015
Tagged Artists in Transit, Ceramic, collaboration, drawings, found objects, Installation, Jamming, National Art School, paper, remaking, site responsive, studio practice, synthetic grass
This gallery contains 4 photos.
RATFINKPUP TRAVELS VI – Sketching the Gamut at INDEX Space, 60 Hutchinson Street, St Peters NSW 2044, Oct 2011. Installation composed from discarded encyclopedia, pins and string. A site specific wall work that explores an outwardly orientated corner space at … Continue reading
In Feb 2009 I undertook my first solo show Evolution to Elevation: a personal narrative II at the Library Stairwell Gallery, National Art School Darlinghurst. Here I posed the visual problem: how to install an exsisting work under new spatial … Continue reading
This gallery contains 3 photos.
For the Graduation Show 2008, I installed the wall work Evolution to Elevation: a personal narrative, it took 3 days to install and is comprised from paper collage, pins and string. The piece occuping a site area measuring 740 cm x … Continue reading