My recent show New Platonic has just come down from the gallery wall so I thought I would get at least some of it up here to share.
Quite a few more of the works have yet to be photographed and I’ll get to documenting this in the way it deserves shortly with dimensions/materials etc.
My starting point of exploration for this body of work was the Platonic Solids and the whole premise of the show revolved around the use of paper only – no glue!
This project has opened up a door into a whole new world of exploration for me which is really exciting.
In the meantime, check out my mates Tanja’s post on the opening night. Enjoy!
So proud to receive the award for Best Visual Artist of 2012 at the FBI SMACs.
To be recognised by your peers for doing what you love in a city you love is totally awesome.
Thank you Sydney!
My 2012 solo show entitled New Platonic opens in two weeks at NG Art Gallery in Chippendale.
This new body of work will be presented at opening night on Tuesday the 27th November from 6pm.
If you’re in Sydney and would like to attend, please come along.
I was one of eight #paper creatives from around the world invited to submit an initial design for the Second SKIN mask contest just launched by Arjowiggins Creative Papers, based in France.
Here is what I came up with >> Title: FUTURE // PAST
A huge thank you to talented friends Bowen Arico for shooting my entry + Mitch for sporting it.
*UPDATE* I was invited to come and talk with Linda Mottram on ABC702 Radio about the project. There is a small podcast of the interview HERE.
I was recently commissioned to create a huge installation in the dome of the iconic Queen Victoria Building to celebrate the arrival of Spring.
The brief was ‘florals’ so we came up with a series of elements that combined to create huge sprays that hang over the central void of the building.
This was the biggest job I have ever attempted and there was lots to take into consideration with regards to application of design – it was a real challenge! We used the heritage colours of the building for the flowers and foliage to create a sense of dialogue between the installation and the structure.
Because this job was so huge, we had to get help with manufacturing the objects. I love jobs like this because they really push my skill set and knowledge.
Below >> Some WIP shots at the factory.
The installation is up until the end of October. Next time you’re walking through the QVB take a look!