3 October 2020

Kendal Heyes - Time and the Ocean II

 Open  11am-5pm Fri-Sun 17 Oct - 1 November

Opening event: Sat Oct 17, 1-5pm 

Kendal Heyes, Refugees, 1930’s 2020 (Detail), 76x56cm, Pokerwork on Saunders Watercolour paper.




































Time and the Ocean II  is a continuation of my drawing installation shown at ArticulateUpstairs last year. It further develops ideas and imagery of Time and the Ocean including time as a medium of personal memories and historical events, time invested in making the drawing, ‘marking time’ through slow processes, repetition and variation, the drawing itself as a repository of time, the temporal dimension of viewing the work, time as an ocean in which things are lost and recovered, the ocean as the site of childhood experiences living on the coast and of broader historical events, its associations with ships and seafarers, explorers and refugees, pleasure and danger.  


The drawings are pyrographic, made with a pokerwork machine, which involves burning the image into the paper. It is one of the bold mediums, like ink or marker pen drawing, by which a mark once made cannot be revised or undone, but it carries none of the art-historical baggage of traditional drawing mediums. The images are made with halftone dots, like close-ups of images reproduced in newspapers. Aside from the idea of the drawn image as a copy of an already mediated photographic one, it plays with the idea that you can’t always comprehend a situation when you’re too close to it. 


KH 2020



Kendal Heyes,Swimmer 2020 (Detail), 76x56cm, Pokerwork on Saunders Watercolour paper.






Kendal Heyes, Ocean 2020 (Detail), 28 panels, each 76x56cm, Pokerwork on Saunders Watercolour paper.




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This project is supported by funding from the Inner West Council


Conditions of entry to the exhibition:
As there are limited places in Articulate due to COVID, please be prepared to wait if it is full when you arrive.
Please stay at home if you’re unwell.
Stay at home if you’ve been in contact with a known or suspected COVID-19 case.
Please wear a face mask in Articulate.
Utilise hand sanitisers provided at the entrance to Articulate.
Fill in your contact tracing information on entry to Articulate.
Maintain 1.5 metres distance from other people.

30 August 2020

Opening Friday 4 September 6-8pm: Ro(ad)mance

Open 11am-5pm Fri - Sun

5 - 20 September 
Opening event: Friday 4 September 6-8pm

RO(AD)MANCE

Recent Work
by
STEVEN FASAN

Steven Fasan RO(AD)MANCE  2019

RO(AD)MANCE is a selection of photographic images from three road trips driven in 2017, 2018 and 2019. 2017: Cape York (the tip) and the Gulf of Carpentaria. 2018: the Kimberley. 2019: the Pilbara. Each trip was over a period of two to three months. 

These b/w images loosely tend toward abstracting outback landscapes rather than recording a colourful document of place and time of the land. The naming of specific places is of no importance. A visual investigation of isolation, fragility and foreboding in remote outback Australia is my concern. These b/w images attempt to visually confront encounters with the hidden, the raw and, the harsh beauty of the outback  landscape.

The sculptural pieces are reminders of the perils of travel in the remote outback. Discarded motor parts along rugged, barely existent tracks, conjure thoughts of disaster, ruin and quite possibly, tragedy.

This project is supported by funding from the Inner West Council


Conditions of entry to the exhibition:
There are limited places in Articulate. You may be asked to wait a few minutes if it is full when you arrive.
Please stay at home if you’re unwell.
Stay at home if you’ve been in contact with a known or suspected COVID-19 case.
Please wear a face mask in Articulate.
Utilise hand sanitisers provided at the entrance to Articulate.
Fill in your contact tracing information on entry to Articulate.
Maintain 1.5 metres distance from other people.