The Expanded Print @ Watt Space

  EXHIBITION The Expanded Print curated by Ellen Starrett and Danielle Minett 02 March  – 20 March 2016  |  Watt Space Gallery OFFICIAL OPENING: March 3rd from 6:30pm THE EXPANDED PRINT is an art exhibition celebrating artist books, photo books, zines and print works. The Expanded Print exhibition pushes the boundaries of the modern zines, artist and photo books into an expanded form and opens up a range of possibilities for photography and print medium. The exhibition is running at Watt Space Gallery from March 2 – 20. The Book Fair (March 12th 11am-5pm) will be an opportunity to experience…

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Pagination: the book as object

EXHIBITIONPagination: The Book as Object & The Australian Book Design AwardsWednesday 30 March  – Saturday 30 April 2016  |  The University GalleryOFFICIAL OPENING: University Librarian, Gregory Anderson will launch the exhibitions on FRIDAY 1 APRIL from 5:30pmPAGINATION & AUSTRALIAN BOOK DESIGN AWARDSCelebrate the book as an engaging vehicle for artistic imagination as well as excellence in Australian book design over the past year. Join us at the University Gallery for the launch of two exhibitions, Pagination: the Book as Object and the 2015 Australian Book Design Awards.The work of local, national and international makers concerned with the book as a creative medium…

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The Expanded Print @ Watt Space

EXHIBITIONThe Expanded Printcurated by Ellen Starrett and Danielle Minett02 March  – 20 March 2016  |  Watt Space GalleryOFFICIAL OPENING: March 3rd from 6:30pmTHE EXPANDED PRINT is an art exhibition celebrating artist books, photo books, zines and print works.The Expanded Print exhibition pushes the boundaries of the modern zines, artist and photo books into an expanded form and opens up a range of possibilities for photography and print medium. The exhibition is running at Watt Space Gallery from March 2 – 20.The Book Fair (March 12th 11am-5pm) will be an opportunity to experience a display of student works along side practicing…

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Between the Sheets: Artists’ Books 2015 Exhibtion

EXHIBITIONBetween the Sheets: Artists’ Books 2015 07 March – 02 April 2015 | Gallery East + Gallery Central | Perth WABetween the Sheets: Artists’ Books 2015 | Gallery East + Central Gallery | Perth | WAVenue: Gallery Central, the Central Institute of Technology, 12 Aberdeen Street, Perth, Western AustraliaExhibition Dates:  7 March – 2 April  2015Official Opening: 6pm   Friday 6 March 2015Gallery East in conjunction with Gallery Central (Central Institute of Technology)PARTICIPATING ARTISTS:Zimbabwe: Tafadzwa GwetaiUnited States of America: Cristina de AlmeidaUnited Kingdom: Thurle WrightSingapore: Jesvin YeoLithunania: Kęstutis VasiliūnasItaly: Loretta Cappanera; Virginia MiliciGermany: Christiane Fichtner; Dorothea FleissAustraliaACT: Caren Florance; Nicci HaynesNew…

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Lost in Translation @ The University Gallery

PhD Exhibition | Lost in Translation: the materialisation of the mark in the digital ageLOST IN TRANSLATION, forms the exhibition component of my Doctor of Philosophy (Fine Art) thesis @ Newcastle Uni GalleryOPENING Saturday 1 FEBRUARY from 2pmThis creative work draws on individual experience in the fields of art and design, and extends an ongoing investigation into the abstract gestural mark, involving interwoven streams of material investigation and association across drawing, design, printmaking, painting, sculpture and artists’ books.In exploring multiple themes and concepts, Lost in Translation presents a personal response to the question of how mark-making might materialise in light…

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marked difference @ shopfront

www.shopfrontgallerynewcastle.com'Marked Difference' 2012, monotype, ink, oil, acrylic, crayon, thread, paper, card and chenille sticks (photography: Alison Smith)'Marked Difference' 2012, monotype, ink, oil, acrylic, crayon, thread, paper, card and chenille sticks (photography: Alison Smith)'Marked Difference' 2012, monotype, ink, oil, acrylic, crayon, thread, paper, card and chenille sticks (photography: Alison Smith)

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HOT HOUSE @ Front Room

HOT HOUSE @ Front Room11 February - 09 March 2012Artworks by staff of Newcastle Art SchoolCaelli Jo BrookerFolded Crevice/Crevasse 2012 carborundum collograph, ink, thread, paper, crayon artists' book (unique edition)29 cm high x variable dimensionsFolded Crevice/Crevasse 2012 carborundum collograph, ink, thread, paper, crayon artists' book (unique edition)29 cm high x variable dimensionsStudy for Crevice/Crevasse I 2012 monotype, carborundum collograph, acrylic, ink and crayon on paper50 x 40 cmwww.newcastleartschool.blogspot.com.aunewcastle art school blog - hothouse staff exhibition

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matchbox zine project

online exhibition of matchbox-sized zines through the lovely Linda Douglas @ the Australian Book Arts Journal www.australianbookartsjournal.comAustralian Book Arts Journal - online exhibitionCaelli Jo Brooker'Lettering Bee' monotype, watercolour, digital image, found envelopes and vintage dry transfer lettering on paper (boxed handmade zine with thread and paper inclusions)5.5 x 7.2 x 2.5 cm (boxed) 

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To The Cave: a pilgrimage

Watt Space GalleriesMarch 2010"...a creature who walks in two worlds and traces upon the walls of his cave the wonders and the nightmare experiences of his pilgrimage."  Morris West   Mindful of the classical allegory of Plato’s Cave, these new works examine suggestions of representation, interpretation and symbolism. The installed painting and artists’ book also explore notions of subjective reality and contextuality in apprehending meaning.  To The Cave: a pilgrimage 2010 (book detail)monotype artist's book, ink, acrylic, crayon, bitumen, and stitching on paperTo The Cave: a pilgrimage 2010 (installation detail)data projector, file, lights and fragranceTo The Cave: a pilgrimage 2010 (installation detail)data…

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Testing (Sub)Stance

Shopfront GallerySeptember 2009... installed large scale works on paper and an Artists’ Book... The title was a reference to the exploratory nature of the work and the testing of scale and materiality that characterised the pieces for this exhibition...testing sub(stance) 2009monotype, acrylic, ink, oil, wax and crayon on paper, 152 x 223 cmfolding (sub)stance 2009artists’ book: monotype, acrylic, ink, oil, wax and crayon on paper, 32 x 45 x 720 cm (extended)

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The Cave: a dialogue

2010 Libris AwardsArtspace MackayApril 2010The Libris Awards are Australia's premier national artists' book prize. These biennial awards seek to develop awareness of the Council's significant collection of artists' books, and to develop the collection further through the acquisition of new works by leading Australian artists working in this field.The Cave: A Dialogue 2009/2010 (details)monotype, acrylic, ink, oil, wax and crayon artist’s book 18cm x 30cm x variable

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re@d

Watt Space GalleriesNovember 2010read: (verb used without object) to read or peruse written or printed matterread: (noun) an act or instance of readingread: (verb) the past tense and past participle of readred: (noun) any of various colors resembling the color of blood; the primary color at one extreme end of the visible spectrumThis installation examined the drawn image, its interpretation, manifestation, reproduction and significance in the digital age.re@d 2010 (installation detail) scanner, data projector, shredded drawings, scanner, projection, size variablere@d 2010 (installation detail) scanner, data projector, shredded drawings, scanner, projection, size variable 

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Unedition: hello blackbird

Watt Space GalleriesApril 2009Exploring the monoprint and monotype as unique print states using the blackbird as a visual motif. The blackbird is that of Wallace Stevens' poem and the prints are physical manifestations of inexact repetition - the unedition of the exhibition title."...A long series of monoprints splits the careful atoms and organisms of the past in wild black-and-white spontaneity. Forms take wing. Brush marks accelerate. But the artist's professionalism governs the immaculate artist books. It is a great mix." Jill Stowell (Newcastle Herald, 2009)Hello Blackbird 2009 (installation detail)39 print installation of monotypes, monoprints and carborundum collagraph prints on paper…

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