MAKERS MATTER | Round 1

Andrew Christie, Angela Porritt, Ba An Le, Beatrice Waller, Brenton Alexander, Chris Ka Leung Li, Danielle Lo, Eloise Crossman, Erica Izard, Felix Gill, Jacqueline Larcombe, Jan-Maree Oliver, Jenny Du, Karen Carrejo, Liam Crowley, Lyndon Cheney, Madison Greville, Paras Begetis, Patrizia Biondi, Rachel Alice Victoria Sherwood, Renato Perez, Rhonda Pryor, Sarah Woodward, Sepideh Farzam, Shianne Kaye Thompson, Stephanie Steenbuck, Yves Lee
EXHIBITION  RUNS
   
November
   
24
 -  
December
   
5
An exhibition of Sydney College of the Arts students, alumni and associates who incorporate craft-based skills and concepts in their practices.

INFORMATION

An exhibition of Sydney College of the Arts students, alumni and associates who incorporate craft-based skills and concepts in their practices.

An exhibition of Sydney College of the Arts students, alumni and associates who incorporate craft-based skills and concepts in their practices.

FEATURED  WORKS

Karen Carrejo, Cataclysmic Malformation Large Bowl 3, grey cast glass, 30 x 30 cm

An ongoing spatial, social and environmental experiment where fundamental elements such as colour, form and space intertwine. Carrejo employs repetition and materials that have an inherent ability to create light and beauty in nature oriented or damaged forms. These mesmerising transparent glass structures create narrative with powerful imagery. 

Sepideh Farzam, In Her Shoes, 2013, shoes and embroidered fabric, 25 x 20 x 12 cm

Speed Farzam's work, In Her Shoes, is made of a pair of shoes covered by thread and embroidered cloth. By using embroidered fabric as a material, Farzam plays with the traditional definition of women’s handcrafts and modifies the construction of its representation. Its emphasis is on gender identity and the body.

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