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SCULPTURE

JUST NOW AGO, 2022

Eucalyptus branches, steel wool, bollards and bead chain

h192 x w233 x d103cm

The Off Season, Group Exhibition, Assembly Point Vitrines, Melbourne

 

Photo credit: Kit Edwards Photography

The steel sculpture reaches from wall to floor.  The part attached to the wall is created through horizontality interlacing of strips of steel mesh. From various point on this undulating form hang vertical drops of bead chain.

HUBRIS, 2022

Steel mesh, magnets and bead chain

h180 x w140 x d25cm

The Off Season, Group Exhibition, Assembly Point Vitrines, Melbourne

 

Photo credit: Kit Edwards Photography

A leafless branch of eucalyptus hangs from the ceiling. It almost touches a pile of 4 rings that have been wrapped with fine steel wool.

UNTITLED, 2022

Eucalyptus branch, magnets, steel wool and steel rings

h190 x w200 x d101cm

The Off Season, Group Exhibition, Assembly Point Vitrines, Melbourne

 

Photo credit: Kit Edwards Photography

A leafless branch of eucalytus props open a semi-circle of steel mesh interwoven with silver reflecting thread. Rising from the branch is threaded rod with bead magnets at the joint. On the floor is a puddle of bead chain.

HIDE, 2021

Eucalyptus branch, galvanised threaded rod, magnets, steel mesh, hi-vis fabric and bead chain

h180 x w160 x d90cm

 

The Off Season, Group Exhibition, Assembly Point Vitrines, Melbourne

 

Photo credit: Kit Edwards Photography

Exhibition: OF SLENDER MEANS, 2021

Project Space, Linden New Art, St Kilda, Melbourne
 

Photo credit: Carolyn Menzies

CURL, 2020

Knitted steel mesh

82h x 38w x 23d cm

Steelo, Members Vitrine, Craft Victoria, Melbourne

Photo credit: Carolyn Menzies

Exhibition: IMMATERIAL, 2019

Gallery 1, Unitec, Auckland
 

Photo credits: Carolyn Menzies and Sait Akkirman, courtesy of artsdiary.co.nz