Hannah Cutts: Look What I Found - Art Collector

Hannah Cutts, Medusa, 2014. Corallium rubric, marble, mineral base glue compound, 40 x 30 x 20cm. Courtesy: the artist and Edwina Corlette Gallery

The talismanic qualities of the reused, the resourceful, and the strange come together in Hannah Cutts’ work to celebrate an inseparability of life and art. In a truly Duchampian twist on evaluating what is unique, finding is the creative act for her, and thus she amasses carefully chosen, commonplace objects to suggest a poesis of the many. As a photographer, she travels to third world cultures to document ordinary life: once arrived she contracts with artisanal craftspeople to produce handmade artworks, thus actively revisiting notions of the exchange of money for labour and how art is made. (Words by Carol Schwarzman)

Opening: 6-8pm Friday 17th July 2015
Exhibition closes: 31 July 2015
Location: Edwina Corlette Gallery, 2/555 Brunswick Street, New Farm QLD 4005
Contact: 07 3358 6555
Email: gallery@edwinacorlette.com

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