Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

Past Events - 2019

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Going Slow: Art & Mindfulness Tour

Slow down your day by joining us for a different kind of art gallery tour. Similar to mindfulness exercises that focus on your breathing, in this tour we settle our minds on the artwork.

We begin this session with a close observation of selected artworks from the current exhibitions, followed by an informal discussion on the themes of empathy and emotional intelligence. 

Community Partner: Institute for Creative Health with support from the Australian Government Catalyst Arts and Culture Fund.

Image: Installation view, Philip Noakes: Sculptural Silver, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, 2019. Photograph by Nic Montagu.


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Verbal Description and Tactile Tour

Join us for a touch and verbal descriptive tour of the current exhibitions.

A trained guide delivers descriptions of the visual elements of artworks exhibited, along with tactile opportunities using mixed media, maquettes, and some artworks. Tours are for visitors with vision impairment, their friends and carers. Refreshments provided.

Community Partner: DADAA

Image: Susan Roux, (un) / fold (work in progress detail), 2019, Canson paper, ink, polish and thread, installation dimensions variable, courtesy of the artist. Photograph by Daniel Grant.


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Friday Talk: Stilling Life - The Self-Portrait as a Vase with Flowers

How do artists negotiate objectivity and subjectivity when representing the self?

Join art historian Emily Brink for this talk examining the connection between self-portraiture and still-life with an emphasis on the work of artist A.M.E. Bale (1875-1955).

Emily Brink is an Assistant Professor in the History of Art at the University of Western Australia. Her research focuses on eighteenth and nineteenth century art, with an emphasis on identity, globalisation and cross-cultural exchange.

Campus Partner: School of Design

Image: Photograph by Ilkka K Photography.


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Symposium: Social Fabric

Organised alongside HERE&NOW19: Material Culture, this symposium explores ideas surrounding textile-based art practices, including labour, women’s work, materiality, globalisation and environmental sustainability.

It features a keynote presentation by academic, artist and curator Mali Wu. Based in Kaohsiung and Taipei, Wu’s art practice and research focuses on what art can do in the public sphere, including prompting discussion about environmental and feminist issues.

Image: Marzena Topka, Unpicked, 2019, film still, courtesy of the artist.


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Out of the Boxes and into the Desert: In Dialogue with Conservation

Out of the Boxes and into the Desert features extraordinary artworks that have been in storage at the Berndt Museum for many years. Bringing these artworks to exhibition standard has required close attention to their conservation and preparation.

Join conservator Michael Houston to learn some of the stories behind preparing this exhibition. Houston has worked within the commercial Indigenous art industry for nearly a decade. In 2018 he was tasked with the completion of the final objective of the Berndt Museum Storage Improvement Project, entailing the stabilisation and preparation for storage/display of over 150 canvas paintings.

Image: Opening night, Out of the Boxes and into the Desert, Berndt Museum of Anthropology. Photograph by Ilkka K Photography.


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Artistic Diaspora: An exploration of the Italian cultural legacy in WA

This year marks the 90th anniversary of the teaching of Italian language and culture at the University of Western Australia.

In celebration, join us for a panel conversation exploring the contribution of artists with an Italian heritage who have lived and worked in Western Australia. Featuring historian Robyn Taylor and artists Galliano Fardin, Patrizia Tonello and Caterina Franz. Moderated by Professor Ted Snell.

Campus Partners: Institute of Advanced Studies and Italian Studies in the School of Humanties

Image: Greg James, Pietro Porcelli, 1993, bronze, Kings Square, Fremantle. Image courtesy of the artist.


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MAKING: A living?

A symposium exploring the relationship between artists and their supporters, including buyers, patrons and curators.

The open discussion considers existing international and local solutions to the problem of making a living as an artist in an age of disruptive technologies causing rapid changes and the swift ossification of old models. It brings together local, regional and international artists, curators, arts professionals and experts from a range of industries to explore opportunities provided by new platforms and models.

Community Partners: Artsource and the 2019 Fremantle Biennale

Image: Abdul Abdullah, Superpredator, 2019, oil on linen, 180cm x 240cm, courtesy of the artist.


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FOLWAG Series: UWA Campus Art Trail

The Friends of the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery invite you to join Carl Altmann MA for a tour across the UWA campus.

Begin your journey at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, stopping along the way across the campus to discover some of the unique artworks situated throughout the beautiful grounds of the University of Western Australia. The tour will conclude back at LWAG with an afternoon tea served on the front verandah.

Image: Hans Arkeveld, Homo fallible, 1990, lost wax cast bronze on cast concrete base, 300 x 120 x 80cm. The University of Western Australia Art Collection, Gift of the Friends of The University of Western Australia Art Gallery, 1990


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LWAG Signs: Auslan Interpreted Tour

Experience the artwork at LWAG in Australian Sign Language.

LWAG Signs is an Auslan interpreted tour for adults with hearing loss and their friends and family. Join us for a free tour of the current exhibitions, guided by a gallery staff member  and interpreter. Refreshments provided.

Community Partner: Auslan Stage Left

Image: Susan Roux, (un) / fold (work in progress detail), 2019, Canson paper, ink, polish and thread, installation dimensions variable, courtesy of the artist. Photograph by Daniel Grant.


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Friday Talk: On the Life & Work of Nora Heysen

Join writer Anne-Louise Willoughby as she discusses painter Nora Heysen (1911-2003), whose work is currently on view in Cosmopolitan. Heysen was the first woman to win the Archibald Prize and Australia's first female painter to be appointed an official war artist.

Fremantle-based writer Anne-Louise Willoughby is the author of Nora Heysen: A Portrait (Fremantle Press, 2019). She has worked as a lecturer and tutor in creative writing at the University of Western Australia with particular interest in memoir and biography.

Community Partner: Fremantle Press

Image: Photograph by Ilkka K Photography.


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CULTURE CLUB

Bring your friends to LWAG's and join us in celebrating the next academic semester!

Enjoy a free sundowner, art-making activities, live music, gallery tours, door prizes and more.  

Image: Photograph by Ilkka K Photography.


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Friday Talk: Portraits of Maternity

Join UWA Associate Professor of English and Literary Studies, Alison Bartlett, as she explores the exhibition The Artist and Her Work through the lens of representations of maternity.

Alison Bartlett's research focuses on feminist literature, histories, cultures and pedagogies. She has published books on Australian women's writing, contemporary maternal culture and flirting in the era of metoo, and has edited books on Australian feminist objects, breastfeeding ethics, Australian literature and postrgraduate supervision.

Image: Installation view, The Artist and Her Work. Photograph by Ilkka K Photography.


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Biology as Art

The annual Biology as Art exhibition returns, featuring some of the best artworks that explore biological themes by individuals in the UWA and Perth communities.

Now in its sixth year, this juried exhibition offers the opportunity to engage with issues and ideas surrounding the natural world through artwork created by both professional and non-professional artists in the local community.

Campus Partner: School of Biological Sciences

Image: courtesy of the School of Biological Sciences.


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SPRINGarts 2019

Join us for a packed series of workshops and events for the school holidays. Filled with a range of fun, hands-on art making workshops, the SPRINGarts program offers up great activities for curious young minds.

Image: WINTERarts 2019. Photograph by Nic Montague.


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FOLWAG Series: Studio Visit with Miik Green

The Friends of the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery invite you to join them on a visit to the studio of award winning artist Miik Green.

Green's practice incorporates a range of materials, with his lastest work winning the Alcoa major prize at this year’s Sculpture By The Sea Cottesoe. Well worth a visit, this is a fantastic opportunity to meet the artist, discuss his artworks and his art-making processes!

Image: Miik Green, Photograph by Dave French. 


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Astronomy and Art: Partnership Project

This two-week exhibition showcases a selection of student artwork developed through a unique, cross-disciplinary collaboration that pairs scientific and cultural research, including knowledge shared by respected Noongar Elder, Dr Noel Nannup OAM, together with art-making workshops.

Organised with Rosalie Primary, Osborne Primary and Halls Creek District High with UWA campus partners. 

Campus Partners: International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR), School of Mathematics and Statistics, Graduate School of Education

Image: Opening day, Astrophotography: Revealing the Night Sky and Deep Space, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, March 2019. Photograph by Ilkka K Photography.


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Out of the Boxes and into the Desert: Curator's Talk + Tour

Out of the Boxes and into the Desert features extraordinary artworks that have been in storage at the Berndt Museum for 30 years. Join exhibition curator Dr Vanessa Russ as she leads us through the exhibition, sharing insights into the artworks and the history of the Berndt Museum.

Dr Vanessa Russ is the Associate Director of the Berndt Museum of Anthropology. She was awarded Honours (Fine Arts) at the UNSW 2009 and a PhD in Fine Art at the University of Western Australia in 2013. She was awarded a Churchill Fellowship by the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust in 2014. 

Image: Opening night, Out of the Boxes and into the Desert, Berndt Museum of Anthroplogy. Photograph by Ilkka K Photography. Artwork: Mick Namarari Tjapaltjarri (c1926-1998), Pintupi, Many Dreamings, 1978, acrylic on canvas, 202 x 337 cm. Berndt Museum of Anthropology collection [1978/0037] © Estate of the artist licensed by Aboriginal Arts Agency Ltd, 2019.


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Education Kit 3 and Professional Development for Teachers

Visual art educator Erin Knight leads this customised workshop for teachers, introducing the Cosmoplitan education kit and ways of incorporating the exhibition into the classroom.

The education kit explores how artists of the 1930s adapted and adopted new ideas current at that time. Developed as a resource for primary and secondary teachers, it inspires a practical art making program and provides a framework to be adapted to suit the needs of the classroom. Participate in the workshop, experience a close-reading exercise and then bring your students to view the exhibition. 

Image: Peter Purves Smith, Sketch for New York, c 1936, watercolour and pencil, 53 x 35.4 cm, The University of Western Australia Art Collection, Dr Albert Gild Fund, 1981


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Cosmopolitan: Curator's Talk + Tour

Join Cosmoplitan curator Dr Sally Quin for this discussion exploring the exhibition and a look into some of the major themes in Australian art in the 1930s, a time of significant political, economic and social change. 

Dr Sally Quin is Curator of the University of Western Australia Art Collection at LWAG. Her work focuses on modern and contemporary Australian art, and publications include Bauhaus on the Swan: Elise Blumann, an émigré artist in Western Australia, 1938-1948 (UWAP, 2015); and the recent monograph on potter Stewart Scambler, Stewart Scambler: Works 1982-2018 (LWAG, 2018).

Image: Ethel Spowers, Harvest (detail), 1932, linocut, 19.3 x 29.1 cm, The University of Western Australia Art Collection, University Senate Grant, 1982.


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FOLWAG Series: Australian Contemporary Art History Lecture

Join Dr Jan Altmann and Carl Altmann MA for the final talk in the Friends of Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery’s Australian contemporary art history lecture series.

This talk focuses on a range of artists whose works challenge the imagination, including Guy Grey-Smith, Mike Parr, Howard Tucker and Tony Tuckson, amongst other less familiar names.  

Image: Photograph by Ilkka K Photography.


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HERE&NOW19: Curator + Artists Talk

Join HERE&NOW19: Material Cultural curator Joanna Sulkowski and artists Teelah George and Susan Roux for a talk and tour exploring the exhibition.

HERE&NOW19: Material Cultural surveys the practice of artists working with fibre and textiles to express ideas relating to current socio-political issues. 

Image: Susan Roux, (un) / fold (work in progress detail), 2019, Canson paper, ink, polish and thread, installation dimensions variable, courtesy of the artist. Photograph by Daniel Grant.


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Season 3 Exhibitions Opening

Join us for the launch of our 2019 Season 3 program featuring two new exhibitions:
HERE&NOW19: Material Cultural + Cosmopolitan: Art from the 1930s in the University of Western Australia Art Collection and the Cruthers Collection of Women's Art

Image: Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery. Photograph by Ilkka K Photography.


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Friday Talk: From Boxes to the Walls

Learn more about the artworks featured in Carrolup Revisted as Berndt Museum of Anthropology Collection Manager Natalie Hewlett shares details about what it takes to prepare artworks for an exhibition.

Natalie Hewlett has worked in the arts industry since she completed a Fine Arts degree at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 1991. She then completed a Bachelor of Applied Science in Conservation of Cultural Materials at the University of Canberra before caring for collections at the National Gallery of Australia, National Museum of Australia, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Science Museum in London and the National Gallery of Victoria.

Natalie has been at the Berndt Museum for over four years.

Image: Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery. Photo: Matt Galligan


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Verbal Description: For visitors with vision impairment

Join us for a touch and verbal descriptive tour of the current exhibitions. A trained guide delivers descriptions of the visual elements of artworks exhibited.Tours are free to attend and open to friends and carers.

Community Partner: DADAA

Image: Jacobus Capone, Volta (still, detail), 2016, 2-5 channel video, duration: 53 minutes. Courtesy of the Artist. Commissioned by the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art for NEW16.


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Let’s Meet at LWAG: For visitors living with dementia

Join us for our quarterly program for visitors living with dementia and their carers or family members.

Let’s Meet at LWAG provides a forum for conversation through the shared viewing and exploration of artworks on display – highlighting themes, artists, and artworks currently exhibited.

Image: AES+F, Inverso Mundus, Still #1-08 (detail), 2015, pigment inkjet print on FineArt Baryta paper, 32 x 57.5 cm, edition of 10. Image courtesy of AES+F.


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Artist’s Talk - Love, Displaced: Jacobus Capone

Artist Jacobus Capone discusses his work in the exhibition Love, Displaced.

Based in Perth, Western Australia, Jacobus Capone maintains a practice that incorporates performance, photography, video installation, painting and site-specific work.

Characteristically evocative and poetic, his work frequently combines physically demanding durational performances with majestic, sublime landscapes. In 2007, he traversed Australia by foot in order to pour water from the Indian Ocean into the Pacific.

His work has been shown in a range of solo and group exhibitions, most recently his solo exhibition Forgiving Night for Day, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (2017), Primavera, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney (2017) and NEW16, Australia Centre for Contemporary Art.

Image: Jacobus Capone, Volta (still, detail), 2016, 2-5 channel video, duration: 53 minutes. Courtesy of the Artist. Commissioned by the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art for NEW16.


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LWAG Signs: Auslan tour

LWAG Signs is an Auslan interpreted tour for adults with hearing loss and their friends and family. Experience the artwork at LWAG in Australian Sign Language. Join us for a free tour of the current exhibitions in Australian sign language, guided by a gallery staff member and interpreter.

Community Partner: Auslan Stage Left

Image: Jacobus Capone, Volta (still, detail), 2016, 2-5 channel video, duration: 53 minutes. Courtesy of the Artist. Commissioned by the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art for NEW16.


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Going Slow: Visual arts x mindfulness tour

Slow down your day by joining us for a different kind of art gallery tour. Much like a mindfulness exercise where you focus on your breathing, in this tour we settle our minds on the artwork on display.

We begin this session with a close observation of selected artworks from the exhibition, followed by an informal discussion on the themes of empathy and emotional intelligence.

Community Partner: Institute for Creative Health with support from the Australian Government Catalyst Arts and Culture Fund

Image: Jacobus Capone, Volta (still, detail), 2016, 2-5 channel video, duration: 53 minutes. Courtesy of the Artist. Commissioned by the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art for NEW16.


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Friday Talk: Video Art in the Expanded Field

Dr Laetitia Wilson has taught art history courses on topics such as the evaluation of contemporary video practices. She has curated numerous significant exhibitions, including Theatres for the 2015 Perth Festival and Hyperprometheus at PICA for the 2018 SymbioticA Unhallowed Arts Festival. These exhibitions have featured internationally renowned video artists such as AES+F, Richard Mosse, Lu Yang and Chen Chieh-Jen. Join her to hear about contemporary developments in video art.

Image: AES+F, Inverso Mundus, Still #1-20 (detail), 2015, pigment inkjet print on FineArt Baryta paper, 32 x 57.5 cm, edition of 10. Image courtesy of AES+F.


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Friday Talk: Starcraft and Cosmic Music

Medieval and early modern people were fascinated with the heavens. In an illustrated talk, Andrew Lynch explores the nature of the early cosmos in religious, philosophical and scientific thought, and its influence on literature and the arts, with effects lasting until present day.

Andrew Lynch is Emeritus Professor in English and Literary Studies at UWA, and former Director of the ARC Centre for the History of Emotions. His recent publications include, as co-editor, A Cultural History of Emotions, 6 vols, (Bloomsbury, 2019).

UWA Campus Partner: Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions

Image: Composite image bringing together the two SKA sites under a shared sky, showing the Milky Way. Pictured here are some of the SKA precursor telescopes, South Africa’s KAT-7 and MeerKAT telescopes on the left and Australia’s ASKAP telescope on the right. Credit: SKA Office.


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Culture Club 1 2019

Drinks / Music / Door Prizes / Art Activities / Tours

Bring your friends to LWAG’s Art Party to celebrate the new academic year. Newcomers as well as regular visitors are invited to explore the gallery and to tour the latest exhibitions, Love, Displaced and Carrolup Revisited: A Journey through the South West of Western Australia in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Enjoy a free sundowner, experiment with art activities, listen to live music and view the exhibitions. Students are particularly welcome.


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Friday Talk: Astronomy and the Square Kilometre Array

Join Gregory Rowbotham for a short journey through the history of astronomy and big telescopes and learn how and why astronomers collect different types of light to study our universe. He will also discuss the Square Kilometre Array, the world’s largest telescope soon to be under construction in Western Australia.

Gregory Rowbotham is the Cosmos Consultant within the Outreach and Education Team at the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR). An avid science communicator, he shares his love of all things space.

UWA Campus Partner: International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research

Image: Artists’ impression of the Square Kilometre Array low frequency antennas at the Australian SKA site in the Murchison region of Western Australia.


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Astrophotography: Revealing the Night Sky and Deep Space

Discover more about the night sky and deep space in this exhibition of stunning images captured by astrophotography, co-presented with the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research at UWA. Enjoy some extraordinary images including ‘Orion’s Horsehead and Flame Nebula’ and ‘We are not alone’ that features the southern Milky Way, Scorpius, Southern Cross and the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds.

UWA Campus Partner: International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research

Image: Artists’ impression of the Square Kilometre Array low frequency antennas at the Australian SKA site in the Murchison region of Western Australia.


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Art+Feminism Panel Discussion and Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

In celebration of International Women’s Day, we present Art+Feminism, a global movement to improve coverage and representation of women artists.

A worldwide survey of Wikipedia contributors found that less than 10 percent identify as female. Wikipedia is one of the most wide - reaching and accessible sources of public knowledge, and this gender disparity greatly impacts the nature of information shared.

Join us for a day-long program of floor talks, panel discussions, and a Wikipedia hackathon.

Join our mailing list to receive the full program.

Image: Kelly Doley, Things Learnt About Feminism #1 - #95 (detail), 2014. Ink pen on 220gm fluorescent card. 60 x 52cm (95 pieces). CCWA 956. Cruthers Collection of Women's Art, The University of Western Australia. Courtesy the artist.


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Professional Development Workshop for Teachers: Love, Displaced

The artists featured in the exhibition Love, Displaced cover a variety of video art genres. They range from Richard Lewer’s hand drawn animations with simple narrated dialogue in his artwork Never Shall Be Forgotten - A Mother’s Story (2017), to the opulent cacophony of collaged photography, video, intense sound tracks and computer-generated imagery evident in Inverso Mundus (2015) by AES+F.  

In this professional development workshop, visual art educator Erin Knight introduces the education kit for Love, Displaced, exploring how video media has been manipulated by artists in deeply personal ways that assist in communicating with their audiences. This workshop prepares you to bring your students to view the exhibition and experience a close reading exercise using the education resources.

Image: AES+F, Inverso Mundus, Still #1-18 (detail), 2015, pigment inkjet print on FineArt Baryta paper, 32 x 57.5 cm, 5 edition of 10. Courtesy of the AES+F.

 
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Curator’s Talk and Tour: Carrolup Revisited

Carrolup, near Katanning, in South West Western Australia was a government-run ‘native settlement’ re-opened by the Department of Native Affairs in 1939 after having been closed for 17 years. By 1944, there were 129 boys, girls and older children in government ‘care’ at Carrolup. In 1951, the government withdrew most of the children from Carrolup and it was re-opened as a Marribank Farm School.

Today, this small group of children is remembered for their distinctive representational drawings in pastel made in the 1940s while at the Carrolup Native Settlement.

The Berndt Museum of Anthropology at the University of Western Australia is a caretaker for over 200 of these artworks. In this talk, Carrolup Revisited curator and Berndt Museum Associate Director Vanessa Russ shares insights about curating the exhibition, the artists and stories associated with the artworks.

Image: Cliff Ryder, Carrolup, Kangaroos on Road (detail), 1948, pastel on paper, 25 x 18 cm. Donated through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program by E.S. Phillips and Dr G. Phillips, [1992/0101] © family of the artist.


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Artist’s Talk Love, Displaced: Richard Lewer

Richard Lewer discusses his works Never shall be forgotten – a mother’s story (2017) and Worse Luck I am Still Here (2014) currently on show in Love, Displaced.

Richard Lewer is a Melbourne-based visual artist who works with video and animation, painting, drawing and performance. Heis known for his video and animation, paintings, and delicately beautiful drawings, which evocatively rework some of life’s less pleasant elements – crime scenes, illness, horror movies andextreme events.

Lewer has exhibited extensively, nationally and internationally, and his work is included in state museums and university collections in Australia and New Zealand.

Recent exhibitions include The National: New Australian Art, Carriageworks, Australia, (2017), Sappers & Shrapnel: Contemporary Art and the Art of the Trenches, Art Gallery of South Australia (2016), The Custom of the Sea, St Paul Street Gallery, Auckland University of Technology, (2015) and Footy Fever, Canberra Contemporary Art Space (2015).

UWA Campus Partner: Perth Festival

Image: Image of Richard Lewer with still image from Worse luck I’m still here, 2014, video and animation, duration: 300:04:45min, edition of 5. Courtesy of the artist.

 
 
 

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