Gosia Wlodarczak: Between Wander and Settlement - Art Collector

Gosia Wlodarczak, Dust Cover Arne Jacobsen Stacking Stool, 2012. Pigment marker, acrylic, stains and marks after performance on canvas, 105 x 105cm. Courtesy: the artist and Fehily Contemporary, Melbourne

Between Wander and Settlement is a series of works originally developed by Gosia Wlodarczak during her residency at Western Washington University’s gallery last year. The dustcover drawings in this exhibition were carried out on fabric draped over iconic designer chairs, charting the bustling swarm of perceptions in the present moment through lines. They are accompanied by the sound-drawing animation Mt Baker – a synaesthetic homage to the iconic mountain near where Wlodarczak stayed in Washington. For the soundtrack she assigned different musical notes to different shades of grey, collaborating with composer Austin Benjamin Bucket to translate it into a choral piece that renders a heard likeness of what is seen.

Opening: 3pm Saturday 9 February 2013
Exhibition closes: 2 March 2013
Location: Fehily Contemporary, 3A Glasshouse Road, Collingwood VIC 3066
Contact: 03 9017 0860
Email: ask@fehilycontemporary.com.au

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