Breathing air after a thunderstorm by Miranda and Helen
October 25 @ 6:00 PM - November 22 @ 5:30 PM
MAIN GALLERY EXHIBITION
Opening: Friday October 25th 6PM – 8PM
Running until November 22nd
‘Breathing air after a thunderstorm’ is a collaborative series of works that explores connection through making, the female experience and art as a means for connection. These works are informed by the body, the natural world and found objects. Using mixed media, experimental photography, textiles, paint and video – Helen and Miranda have collaborated on a series of works that are playful and intuitive. ‘Breathing air after a thunderstorm’ is the first time Helen and Miranda have exhibited their collaborative practice
Miranda Jarvis is an emerging artist based in rural Victoria with an interest in experimenting with a range of medium, particularly painting, textiles, photography and collaborative practice.
Miranda completed a Bachelor of Creative Arts (Hons) at Deakin University in 2019 and her creative practice is informed by the natural world, processes of making and art as a chance to celebrate and transcend everyday experience.
Helen Demetriou s a visual artist who explores concepts through intuition, play and humour. Her practice is environmentally conscious and involves using re-purposed and recycled materials.