Mixed media installation at SO:ME space at South Melbourne Market, 2017
Score for the Road treats shards of recycling glass like jewels and uses them to represent musical notation in a graphic score. It responds directly to John Adams’s Road Movies, eliciting a sense of movement, musicality, play and a little dangerous adventure.
Original sketch for Score for the Road
Studio Street, Kiln Cast Glass, 38x16.5cm
Seeds, Kiln Cast Glass, 26cm x dimensions variable
Three Maquettes for Empty Vessel sculptures, Aluminum
A Silly Phase, Silver
Prayer Wheels, Silver and Copper
Sentinel, Aluminium, 19x80cm
Forming, Crayon on Kozo
This is Where 2, Crayon on Kozo
This is Where 5, Crayon on Kozo
Untitled , Crayon and Ink on Kozo
Untitled, Crayon and Ink on Kozo
Self Portrait, Photograph
Life Will, Photograph
Yes Please, Photograph
I Am Here, Photograph
Encased, Cast Concrete, Resin and Wood, 800 x 300cm
Alley, Mixed Media Installation and Performance, Image by Ceri Hann
Flags printed with frottage images from the bluestone laneway where a ceremony was performed. The ceremony questioned the wisdom of heat, flow, transmutation, cooling and settling.
Alley, Image by Ceri Hann
We have each flowed from our pasts to this moment. We reflect on our own transmutations. We ask ourselves, "What did I bring with me?" And I ask you - What will you choose to bring with you from this place as you flow into your next state?
The Generative Subtext
A collaborative film installation project proposal with my father, exploring movement, migration, travel, and family history.
my childhood home
a note from my father
Motherhood Begins with a Trip Across the World Together, Photograph
and a self-portrait before there were selfies
These images are of projects I am dreaming of, planning for, just happened, or are on exhibit right this very moment.
I am / Home
My most recent installation was at BroadCAST, and was a fabulous opportunity to play with ideas of home and the ways memories and experiences travel; ideas which coalesce, dissipate, and reemerge in new forms.
Loved & Found
A few images from my latest curiosity, images that focus attention on a small item and invite storytelling. Images that can be read quickly, but not really understood at all. I am also playing with mirror neurons and looking to trigger an impulse sensation in the viewer's hand.
A few words about Portals, 2017 at The edges and in between
Image by Sarah Lay, 2018 at First Site Gallery
digital print from 35mm photo on cashmere, modal
Behind me is one of my Portals scarves - secret worlds to take on any journey, to wear anywhere always knowing you have another path available - just unfurl and dream.
Study for Specific Beauty, MoreArt 2017
Specific Beauty is a rolling installation of advertising-style prints, shown serially, allowing viewers to engage with the image gently. You do not need to stop and examine this artwork - there will be another down the street. It might even become familiar. Seriality also serves to elicit a sense of rhythm, bringing visual experience to the physical movement of walking and inviting a sort of embodiment.
Study for Desire, installation at Gasworks Arts Park, 2017
Trees throughout the park will be sharing their secret skins with exhibition visitors. Kozo paper, luxuriously related to silk through the mulberry tree, will wrap their trunks and provide a gentle canvas. Frottage will reveal the bark underneath as abstract graphic imagery, transmuting daily beauty.
Study for Desire
Study for The Hero's Journey, Immerse 2017
The Hero's Journey celebrates the adventure of daily life and the opportunities we all have for joy and wonder. Frottage reveals patterns in the textures left on the nearby playground's lion by small hands playing games of bravery and exploration.
Endpapers, Fabric, 8x8m, 2017
A sketch for our collaborative large fabric installation project at RMIT's New Academic Street, created and installed with the fabulous Yuting 'Tia' Shen, Samantha Harlow-Black, and Susan Maco Forrester