Parallel Play, Another Space, MISPRINT, The Winter Show 2022

21 April 2022 - 02 May 2022 | 5 min read | venue: Gaffa Gallery | cost: Free | website: https://www.gaffa.com.au/ | address: 281 Clarence Street, Sydney NSW 2000

published: 19 Apr 2022

Gallery 1 I Parallel Play by Christine Myerscough

Parallel Play is a combination of two ongoing series of works, un rêve dans un rêve (a dream within a dream) and measure for measure. These assemblage works sit beside or adjacent to one another with or without interacting directly.

In 2021 Christine was invited to exhibit in the #6 biennale internationale d'artnon objectif in de la ville de Pont De Claix, Grenoble France. Eight works of the series _un rêve dans un rêve _sold, four to a private collector and the remaining four works were purchased by the city of Pont de Claix for their public art collection.

This led to the series un rêve dans un rêve(a dream within a dream) that explores the use of found and manufactured objects and examines the artist's perceptions of non-objective art, colour and form within the broader realm of her practice.

https//www.christinemyerscough.com

Gallery 2 I Another Space by Bronwyn Treacy

Another Space considers the in between, an indefinable space both artists navigate and where new meanings emerge.

Treacy begins with a direct and tactile experience of a quick and accidental mark making process that combines disparate monotype prints and drawings; collaged to form overlayed and sometimes unassuming playful juxtapositions.

Morgan begins with the shapes and forms of shadows cast from naturally occurring materials that grow close to her home. The ink drawings are a semblance of something but moreover serve as a record of the making process. When working outside it involves working quickly to capture the shifting and moving shapes, waiting and watching as shapes form and unform. Each gesture is responsive to the conditions of light and the elemental conditions of the day.

Gallery 3 I MISPRINT by More Than Reproduction

This show provides an environment for artists to actively claim this space of failure as a possibility for innovation through the unknown and unexpected. Artworks that would usually be destined for the bin, or hoarded in the hopes of being useful in the future, will be given the spotlight as a way of demonstrating that even those that are imperfect - the opposite of what printmaking has traditionally aspired for - still have value.

Curated by MoreThan Reproduction

Zoe Bilston, Sarah Catania, Celine Cheung, Grace Dennis-Sayer, ElizaGwynne, Joanna Kambourian, Rebecca Kilpatrick, Phoebe Lockwood, Emily O'Neil, Judith Palmer (JAH), Beth Smith, Jake Starr, Sari Walker-Woods, Kate Webster and Joanna Williams.

Gallery 4 I The Winter Show by Steve Starr

Artists, Lorraine Waugh and Steve Starr embark on an abstract exploration of the natural and urban landscape. During the 2020 lockdown, in the absence of human presence, the natural world moved to fill the void created in our landscape. Waugh and Starr seek to understand and twist out of shape the connection and often lack of connection, between the human and the natural world.

Their narrative thread welds the sensual to the frivolous as they interrogate and confront the world around us and the systematic chaos of life.

Parallel Play, Another Space, MISPRINT, The Winter Show 2022

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when: 21 April 2022 - 02 May 2022
start time/end time: Weekdays and Sundays, 10pm to 6pm | Saturdays, 10pm to 5pm | Thursday 21 April to Monday 2 May | Except Sunday 24 April and | Sunday 1 May
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Summary: Parallel Play, Another Space, MISPRINT, The Winter Show 2022

21 April 2022 - 02 May 2022 | 5 min read | venue: Gaffa Gallery | cost: Free | website: https://www.gaffa.com.au/ | address: 281 Clarence Street, Sydney NSW 2000

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Parallel Play, Another Space, MISPRINT, The Winter Show 2022 | 21 Apr 2022 - 02 May 2022 | 5 min read | venue: Gaffa Gallery | cost: Free | website: https://www.gaffa.com.au/ Gallery 1 I Parallel Play by Christine MyerscoughParallel Play is a combination of two ongoing series of works, un rêve dans un rêve (a dream within a dream) and measure for measure. These assemblage works sit beside or adjacent to one another with or without interacting directly.In 2021 Christine was invited to exhibit in the #6 biennale internationale d'artnon objectif in de la ville de Pont De Claix, Grenoble France. Eight works of the series _un rêve dans un rêve _sold, four to a private collector and the remaining four works were purchased by the city of Pont de Claix for their public art collection.This led to the series un rêve dans un rêve(a dream within a dream) that explores the use of found and manufactured objects and examines the artist's perceptions of non-objective art, colour and form within the broader realm of her practice.https//www.christinemyerscough.comGallery 2 I Another Space by Bronwyn TreacyAnother Space considers the in between, an indefinable space both artists navigate and where new meanings emerge. Treacy begins with a direct and tactile experience of a quick and accidental mark making process that combines disparate monotype prints and drawings; collaged to form overlayed and sometimes unassuming playful juxtapositions.Morgan begins with the shapes and forms of shadows cast from naturally occurring materials that grow close to her home. The ink drawings are a semblance of something but moreover serve as a record of the making process. When working outside it involves working quickly to capture the shifting and moving shapes, waiting and watching as shapes form and unform. Each gesture is responsive to the conditions of light and the elemental conditions of the day. ‍Gallery 3 I MISPRINT by More Than ReproductionThis show provides an environment for artists to actively claim this space of failure as a possibility for innovation through the unknown and unexpected. Artworks that would usually be destined for the bin, or hoarded in the hopes of being useful in the future, will be given the spotlight as a way of demonstrating that even those that are imperfect - the opposite of what printmaking has traditionally aspired for - still have value.Curated by MoreThan ReproductionZoe Bilston, Sarah Catania, Celine Cheung, Grace Dennis-Sayer, ElizaGwynne, Joanna Kambourian, Rebecca Kilpatrick, Phoebe Lockwood, Emily O'Neil, Judith Palmer (JAH), Beth Smith, Jake Starr, Sari Walker-Woods, Kate Webster and Joanna Williams.Gallery 4 I The Winter Show by Steve StarrArtists, Lorraine Waugh and Steve Starr embark on an abstract exploration of the natural and urban landscape. During the 2020 lockdown, in the absence of human presence, the natural world moved to fill the void created in our landscape. Waugh and Starr seek to understand and twist out of shape the connection and often lack of connection, between the human and the natural world.Their narrative thread welds the sensual to the frivolous as they interrogate and confront the world around us and the systematic chaos of life.

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Gallery 1 I Parallel Play by Christine Myerscough

Parallel Play is a combination of two ongoing series of works, un rêve dans un rêve (a dream within a dream) and measure for measure. These assemblage works sit beside or adjacent to one another with or without interacting directly.

In 2021 Christine was invited to exhibit in the #6 biennale internationale d'artnon objectif in de la ville de Pont De Claix, Grenoble France. Eight works of the series _un rêve dans un rêve _sold, four to a private collector and the remaining four works were purchased by the city of Pont de Claix for their public art collection.

This led to the series un rêve dans un rêve(a dream within a dream) that explores the use of found and manufactured objects and examines the artist's perceptions of non-objective art, colour and form within the broader realm of her practice.

https//www.christinemyerscough.com

Gallery 2 I Another Space by Bronwyn Treacy

Another Space considers the in between, an indefinable space both artists navigate and where new meanings emerge.

Treacy begins with a direct and tactile experience of a quick and accidental mark making process that combines disparate monotype prints and drawings; collaged to form overlayed and sometimes unassuming playful juxtapositions.

Morgan begins with the shapes and forms of shadows cast from naturally occurring materials that grow close to her home. The ink drawings are a semblance of something but moreover serve as a record of the making process. When working outside it involves working quickly to capture the shifting and moving shapes, waiting and watching as shapes form and unform. Each gesture is responsive to the conditions of light and the elemental conditions of the day.

Gallery 3 I MISPRINT by More Than Reproduction

This show provides an environment for artists to actively claim this space of failure as a possibility for innovation through the unknown and unexpected. Artworks that would usually be destined for the bin, or hoarded in the hopes of being useful in the future, will be given the spotlight as a way of demonstrating that even those that are imperfect - the opposite of what printmaking has traditionally aspired for - still have value.

Curated by MoreThan Reproduction

Zoe Bilston, Sarah Catania, Celine Cheung, Grace Dennis-Sayer, ElizaGwynne, Joanna Kambourian, Rebecca Kilpatrick, Phoebe Lockwood, Emily O'Neil, Judith Palmer (JAH), Beth Smith, Jake Starr, Sari Walker-Woods, Kate Webster and Joanna Williams.

Gallery 4 I The Winter Show by Steve Starr

Artists, Lorraine Waugh and Steve Starr embark on an abstract exploration of the natural and urban landscape. During the 2020 lockdown, in the absence of human presence, the natural world moved to fill the void created in our landscape. Waugh and Starr seek to understand and twist out of shape the connection and often lack of connection, between the human and the natural world.

Their narrative thread welds the sensual to the frivolous as they interrogate and confront the world around us and the systematic chaos of life.