Kenzee Patterson, presents a new body of sculptural works playing with the ideas of scale, time and memory using materials traditionally associated with craft and children's toys.
Kenzee Patterson graduated from SCA,Sydney with First Class Honours in 2005. In2011 Kenzee was awarded the RUN_WAY Young and Emerging Professional Development Initiative OZCO Inter Arts Office and the Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artist Travel Scholarship, SCA, 2013, Kenzee is a Founding Director of Looksmith, Artist Run Initiative, Sydney.
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.
Image: The Warrior (detail) 2014, oil on wallpaper & canvas, 30 x 40 cm
new paintings Cybele Cox
The deepest cavern of the mind is the subconscious. And within this is an even further inaccessible part of the cave which is the drive towards nothingness.
Cybele’s paintings are stylised surrealist interiors of woodgrain and rock, with fissures, cracks and portals. This organic architecture is a theatrical setting for primordial creatures, beasts and imps that represent the original part of ourselves: the ancient psyche that dwells in the deepest recess of the unconscious.
Cybele Cox is an artist residing in Sydney. She has had several solo shows and been involved in numerous group exhibitions. She teaches painting to adults and children and studies astrology and the occult arts.
MOP Projects is assisted by the NSW Government through Arts NSW
U-PVC Pipe, matt white enamel paint
380mmH x 350mmW x 470mmD (irregular)
Courtesy: The Artist
Plain Brown Wrappers Mark Booth
The sculptures are concerned with the appropriation of ready-made materials and their formation into new compositional constructions. They replicate the module in a non-referential, non-objective manner.Their appearance addresses issues of transience and non-presence.
The sculptures are made from PVC-U pipe and spray painted flat white enamel. They are mounted directly to the wall using a simple anchor bracketing system. The works are bleached with fluorescent lights and are viewed as a complete installation rather than as individual objects.
Mark Booth was born in London in 1964. He completed a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design at the University of the West of England in 1987, and a BFA (Distinction) in 2002 at The National Art School, Sydney. He has had solo shows with Dickerson Gallery in Sydney and Melbourne, participated nationally in numerous group shows (including one at Manly Regional Art Gallery in 1998), and been a finalist in competitions including The Paddington Art Prize in 2012. He has also been a recipient of awards such as The Festival of Fisher’s Ghost (Gallery Technicians’ Encouragement Award) in 2002.