Full set of five A3 (297 x 420 mm) limited edition artist’s prints produced for The Kiosk 3×6 Project: Drawing In The Expanded Field, an initiative of Modern Art Projects Blue Mountains, supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.
Sarah Breen Lovett
Rachel Peachey and Paul Mosig
Curated by Rebecca Waterstone
This exhibition is the result of a 6 week multidisciplinary, experimental drawing project in and around Katoomba Falls Kiosk. The act of drawing has been examined, redefined and reframed through the lens of each of the 6 artist’s usual practice, spanning traditional drawing, printmaking, construction, ceramics, still and moving images, environmental works, cross-disciplinary, and multidisciplinary practice.
Working in, around, and on the surface of the architectural and environmental spaces of the site, the artists have responded to this context in a variety of unique ways.
Visitors to the exhibition are encouraged to engage in drawing on site, and to consider what drawing means to them.
Opening Night: 9th December 5.30-7.30
Exhibition: 10th-17th December 10-4 daily, The Kiosk, Katoomba
Rebecca Waterstone –
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