28 April - 27 June 2015
Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 5pm.
HERE&NOW is a series of annual exhibitions presented at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery aimed at showcasing the outstanding work of contemporary Western Australian artists.
Like its predecessors in the series, HERE&NOW15 aims to set a new benchmark of exemplary creativity and provide a snapshot of the most interesting and challenging artists working here and now. In the twentieth century, the conception of sculptural practice expanded to include architectural intervention and land art.
Now, we must contemplate light, sound, the body and the ways in which we relate to each other as sculptural propositions. Curated by Andrew Purvis, this exhibition will see West Australian artists working at the cutting edge of sculptural practice asked to test the boundaries of their medium.
Artists include: Abdul-Rahman Abdullah, Alistair Rowe, David Brophy, Jacobus Capone, Loren Kronemyer, Rebecca Baumann, Shannon Lyons and Tanya Lee.
Featured work: David Brophy, high line, 2014, two man tent, fixings, Copyright courtesy of the artist. Photography by Alessandro Bianchetti.
This exhibition is supported by the State Government of Western Australia through the Department of Culture and The Arts.