Exhibitions May 11- 27

opening reception on Friday 12 May

 
Gallery 1 : ANILXC by Dmitry Trashkov Dmitry Trashkov is a multi-disciplinary creative, he presents experimental, abstract and literal concepts through graphic art, printed material, and illustration. Working within an aesthetic that lives in monochrome, the common threads being abstraction and symbolism. He seeks draw attention to the deep, primal levels of consciousness. ANILX is an exhibition that draws on concepts such as evolution, mortality, sex and violence.

Gallery 1 : ANILXC by Dmitry Trashkov

Dmitry Trashkov is a multi-disciplinary creative, he presents experimental, abstract and literal concepts through graphic art, printed material, and illustration. Working within an aesthetic that lives in monochrome, the common threads being abstraction and symbolism. He seeks draw attention to the deep, primal levels of consciousness.

ANILX is an exhibition that draws on concepts such as evolution, mortality, sex and violence.

Gallery 2 : Relational Traces by Raksit Panya Raksit Panya explores the human interactions in the intimate scale. As his work revolve around the concept of ‘touch’ and how to express the feeling of touch in the various way. As his main medium, ceramic is used to be the main material in the form of cups. They act as functional vessels and blank canvases for the human interaction-print which contain the evidences of how he interact with the clay. The interactions he made with his cups are the same thing we do with our loved one such as kissing, holding, and caressing.  Also, the works come with drawings which present the human body texture, where touch occurs.  The surface texture of handprint, skin, lip are blown up for us to investigate our own bodies’ detail.

Gallery 2 : Relational Traces by Raksit Panya

Raksit Panya explores the human interactions in the intimate scale. As his work revolve around the concept of ‘touch’ and how to express the feeling of touch in the various way. As his main medium, ceramic is used to be the main material in the form of cups. They act as functional vessels and blank canvases for the human interaction-print which contain the evidences of how he interact with the clay. The interactions he made with his cups are the same thing we do with our loved one such as kissing, holding, and caressing. 

Also, the works come with drawings which present the human body texture, where touch occurs. 

The surface texture of handprint, skin, lip are blown up for us to investigate our own bodies’ detail.

Gallery 3 : Shadow dancer by Cori Beardsley Shadow Dancers express the intuitive gestures of movement and emotion.  Entering the space, the audience discovers the “drawings” on the wall with torches, in the same way one explores a cave space.  The 3-d wire sculptures project line drawings on the wall that respond to the audience’s explorative illumination of the sculptures.  The dancing figures are a projection of the inner self instead of a physical form.  They represent the transformation one can experience through dance- where you become your desires, fantasies and history; a projection of your imagination.  I enjoy dancing alone the most, unselfconscious, intuitive and spontaneous.  It's not about the aesthetic of dance, but the rhythms that take over the body, the playfulness in the characters, and sensations that flow through me.  The goal is that the audience will activate the figures with the movement of light, bringing their own rhythms and playful imagination to the installation.  

Gallery 3 : Shadow dancer by Cori Beardsley

Shadow Dancers express the intuitive gestures of movement and emotion.  Entering the space, the audience discovers the “drawings” on the wall with torches, in the same way one explores a cave space.  The 3-d wire sculptures project line drawings on the wall that respond to the audience’s explorative illumination of the sculptures.  The dancing figures are a projection of the inner self instead of a physical form.  They represent the transformation one can experience through dance- where you become your desires, fantasies and history; a projection of your imagination. 

I enjoy dancing alone the most, unselfconscious, intuitive and spontaneous.  It's not about the aesthetic of dance, but the rhythms that take over the body, the playfulness in the characters, and sensations that flow through me.  The goal is that the audience will activate the figures with the movement of light, bringing their own rhythms and playful imagination to the installation.