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New Work Friday #206

These works ask “when does something make sense?” – as we are never in total possession of ourself nor in total ignorance…

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New Work Friday #205

“Using a science fiction lens, I explore possible futuristic landscapes and creatures inhabiting contaminated coastal ecosystems.New forms of hybrid flora and fauna emerge; mutated corals that are half scleractinian, half plastic, dystopian creatures that remind us of our indifference now and for hundreds of years into the future…”

New Work Friday #204

King was a refugee of Nazi Europe who found love and a home in the foreign landscape of Australia, and until her death aged 100 in 2016 was a subject, like all Australians, of an often blind and indifferent Crown.

New Work Friday #203

‘I have tried to leave them all at a stage that reflects some kind of completion but I also feel as if they have no end.’

New Work Friday #202

This is an embroidery that depicts a garish face in a yellow and black motley pattern.

New Work Friday #201

My principal methodology is to reconfigure whatever objects and materials are at hand.

New Work Friday #200

Gab Bates, ‘Developer Catcher’ (based on a traditional Voodoo ‘Devil Catcher’), W65cmxD65cmxH80cm, foraged & anointed sticks, bones, beads, coins, Inner West soil, cocain and the spittle of an angry young female artist at a council meeting. Gab Bates, ‘House Protection

New Work Friday #199

In 2014 I embarked on a mission to study and record the enormous amount of change and variety that occurs on a daily basis off the coast of Sydney.

New Work Friday #198

The work is contemplative in exploration of how pervasive and also how desensitising our over-exposure to these images can be.

Sydney Contemporary 2015

The centre of all gravity…