The Survey Show – Alan Schacher

For the Survey Show Alan is participating on behalf of Gravity Research Institute Inc. and will create a site-responsive environment within and around which he will undertake a durational performance during the exhibition hours. His concerns will be with habitat, camouflage, refuge, and isolation.  Alan is an interdisciplinary artist who engages in various modes of Live Art…

The Survey Show – Kathryn Ryan

  For the Survey Show my objects will be trees. I see the show as an opportunity to get away from the mess of art objects accumulated in boxes, and to reclaim a sense of space that has been lacking lately. I want to travel lightly, so I will be bringing text, pins, labels, a…

The Survey Show – Margaret Roberts

for The Survey Show I am making  Back-blp, 2014, composed of blps that visitors are encouraged to wear around the Gallery space. Back-blp is a mixture of  Richard Artschwager’s blps and Daniel Buren’s Sandwich Men, both works that originated in the late 1960s (though Artschwager continued to make and locate blps randomly around the place – you can see 3…

The Survey Show – Genevieve Carroll

‘The soil we must care for as we care for our lives’ Alex Miller   When I work with the ideas of mortality and the grotesque I am reminded of my own impermanence, fear of death and existence. My life as an extravagant formed ornament that maybe beautiful or misshapen, awareness of connecting with ones self…

The Survey Show – Mr and Mrs Brown

  The Seeder Glitch replicates the natural process whereby a weed ‘throws’ it’s seeds to propagate. When weeds are sprayed with chemicals designed to eradicate them, often they are coloured pink by the dye in the spray in order to track their obliteration. Some weeds are harder to kill than others, some weeds are Round-Up…

The Survey Show – Sarah Breen Lovett

For The Survey Show Sarah Breen Lovett plans Here and Now 2014. Here and Now invites the viewer to sit in a comfy chair and stare at a framed part of the forest. Rather than see the frame as a portal to another world, it is tested as an amplification tool of the place that one…