Interpreting Variable Arrangements
OPENING EVENT THURSDAY 14 FEBUARY
EXHIBITION 15-17 FEBUARY 2013
JESSIE BULLIVANT & ISADORA VAUGHAN
SHMULIK FREIDMAN (IL)
JOHANNA NORDIN (SE)
LUKE SANDS & KIEREN SEYMOUR
CARMEL SKEAFF & TAO WELLS (NZ)
Circling through the differing roles and responsibilities involved in the making of a work, Interpreting Variable Arrangements is a project negotiating the exchange of ideas between 10 artists practicing in varied facets of the Australian and New Zealand art scene. Jessie Bullivant and Isadora Vaughan will attend and exhibit the work as part of SUPERMARKET 2013 in Stockholm.
Derived from the discussion and enquiry into the specifics of each artist’s practice and their ideas for the project, Interpreting Variable Arrangements explores the importance of open intuitive art making in combination with rigorous criticism and enquiry. Involving a strong curatorial element, the project positions making as an ever evolving and reciprocal act that relies on both the identification of parameters either spatial or conceptual and the flexibility and responsiveness to then contravene them.
Each contributor will utilize the conditions of the project as material to work with and in turn Bullivant and Vaughan will reinterpret these contributions as material to inform the creation of a show that blurs traditional curator-artist roles and places the act of making as an ongoing dialogue with multiple outcomes.
Interpreting Variable Arrangements has been made possible with the participation of Kings Ari, Melbourne.
This project has been supported by The Australian Artists' Grant, a NAVA initiative, made possible through the generous sponsorship of Mrs Janet Holmes à Court and the support of the Visual Arts Board, Australia Council for the Arts.
For further information please contact Jessie Bullivant and Isadora Vaughan at email@example.com
SUPERMARKET 2013 –
STOCKHOLM INDEPENDENT ART FAIR
15–17 FEBRUARY 2013
OPENING HOURS: FRIDAY 11AM – 10PM, SATURDAY 11AM-8PM, SUNDAY 11AM-6PM.
KULTURHUSET, 3RD AND 5 TH FLOOR