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New Work Friday #227

“Paul Handley is a multi-disciplinary artist who lives and works in Melbourne. He explores and interrogates ‘big picture’ social issues that cross borders and even continents…”

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New Work Friday #226

“A well-known whaler and gunner on The Cheynes III (a whale chaser) lost his leg after it became entangled in a rope attached to a harpoon fired at a whale…”

New Work Friday #225

What a maroon!

New Work Friday #224

“This body of work takes as its starting point a small 19th century landscape painting by a little known convict artist, George Peacock, which depicts a view along Sydney Harbour.”

New Work Friday #223

“Liminal reflects a fascination with time and the built environment, while querying the environmental and physiological ramifications of city living. “

New Work Friday #222

Metropolis Experiment is Clement’s third recent body of work which responds to the vivid prognostications of JG Ballard’s 1962 post-apocalyptic sci-fi novel, The Drowned World.

New Work Friday #221

  “My sculptural abstractions investigate the vicissitude of landscape. Etched marks and cast forms, renegotiate terrain. Fluid, yet unrestrained gestures explore earthly forms and spiritual longing. Observations, consider not only physical topography. The significance of psychological and emotional connection to

New Work Friday #220

“Together they turn the gallery into a ‘Loading Bay’ of science fiction’s past; the jumping off point for a generation of science fiction obsessed kids.”

New Work Friday #219

My art practice is a symbolic and figurative exploration of the female subject. Allusions to literature, art history and mythology punctuate my paintings and sculpture. My work tips into memoir and flirts with fiction.

New Work Friday #218

“I have an ongoing fascination with the outsider position, where many of us unintentionally find ourselves. For an immigrant culture such as Australia’s, there is an implicit sense of liminality that derives from not only the unknown future but also the uncertain past.”