SALA Festival Exhibition by Catherine Truman
Exhibition / 11 Jun 2016 - 04 Sep 2016
Art Gallery of South Australia
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- Nick Mitzevich
The mainfold practice of artist Catherine Truman is the subject of our 2016 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival exhibition.Truman works in contemporary jewellery, sculpture, public art, object based installation, photography and the moving image. She is well-known for her diverse practise that largely draws inspiration from the human form and explores the affinity between art and science. She is co-founder of Adelaide’s Gray Street Workshop, a collectively run studio for artists working in jewellery and object making, and is the subject of the 2016 SALA monograph, written by Melinda Rackham and published by Wakefield Press.
Artist listCatherine Truman
ProgrammeFriday 29 July at 6pm
SALA FESTIVAL AND BOOK LAUNCH
Kick off the SALA Season and join us to launch the 2016 SALA Festival.
Immerse yourself in the work of Catherine Truman, Gallery 9 (upstairs)
Book Launch: The SALA monograph published by Wakefield Press-
Catherine Truman- Touching Distance will be launched!
Have your copy signed by the artist and author.
Where: Sculpture Courtyard
Bookings: Not necessary but please arrive early to avoid disappointment.
Friday 5 August from 5 - 9pm
At 6pm join Rebecca Evans Curator of European & Australian Decorative Arts in conversation with Catherine Truman in Gallery 9.
Headlining the evening is South Australian, indie / Alt / Rock Artist Timberwolf.
This First Friday is featured in the Umbrella: Winter City Sounds festival presented by MusicSA.
Where: Whole Gallery
Friday 5 August at 5pm
Auslan Tour at the Art Gallery of South Australia
Tours for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors assisted by an AUSLAN interpreter
Join our 5pm tour of the exhibition celebrating SALA Festival feature artist Catherine Truman.
The human body, its movement, limitations and our obsessive drive to understand it are abiding concerns for Truman.
This Auslan tour coincides with our First Friday program.
Where: Meet at the Information Desk, Santos Atrium
HoursOpen daily 10 am to 5 pm (closed 25 December)
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