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Theatre of Detail by Jess Dare, Sue Lorraine, Catherine Truman

Exhibition  /  30 Mar 2016  -  30 Apr 2016
Published: 29.03.2016
Theatre of Detail  by Jess Dare, Sue Lorraine, Catherine Truman.
Gray Street Workshop
Management:
Catherine Truman, Sue Lorraine, Jess Dare
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Intro
Theatre of Detail is a touring exhibition of new work by Catherine Truman, Jess Dare and Sue Lorraine, celebrating the 30th anniversary of Gray St Workshop, Adelaide, South Australia.  The National is proud to be the New Zealand venue for this exhibition.
 

Artist list

Jess Dare, Sue Lorraine, Catherine Truman
Over three decades Gray St Workshop has been dedicated to providing support, opportunities, promotion, mentoring and studio space to emerging, mid career and established artists working in the field of contemporary jewellery and object making.  The uncompromising commitment of the Gray Street Workshop partnership to their work and to a studio-based practice has enabled it to evolve into one of Australia's most exciting and respected workshops.

To celebrate this achievement and to continue to provoke and stimulate discussion on the context and evolving practice of contemporary jewellery the workshop is presenting an exhibition of new work by the partners: Catherine Truman,Jess Dare and Sue Lorraine, touring to venues in Sydney, Melbourne, Christchurch and Bangkok.
Theatre of Detail includes a combination of objects, moving and still photography presented as a series of installations and vignettes and themes focus upon concepts of scale, time and ritual. United by a shared fascination with the adaption of nature and the wonders of science, each artist brings to the project a unique but complimentary skill base and aesthetics.

Gray Street Workshop artist Talk:
Since the early 1990s Gray Street tenants and partners have participated in residencies, forums, conferences, workshops and exhibitions in New Zealand. Gray Street Workshop has had a long and rich association with the New Zealand contemporary jewellery community.
Whilst The National is the only NZ venue for the exhibition Theatre of Detail, North Island audiences have the opportunity to hear Jess, Catherine and Sue speak about Gray St Workshop and their own practices at the following venues:

THE NATIONAL, Christchurch: Wed 30 March, 6pm (Opening night)
THE DOWSE & Lower Hutt: Saturday 2nd April, 11am Click here for more info
OBJECTSPACE, Auckland:  Thursday 7th April, 6 pm at Studio One Toi Tu, 1 Ponsonby Rd, Click here for more info
 
Work by Jess Dare, Neckpiece: Offerings: Elementary Phuang Malai, 2015,Powder coated brass, copper, cotton and Object:Filtered Model, 2015 by Sue Lorraine, Polypropylene, steel, Tasmanian Oak..
Work by Jess Dare, Neckpiece: Offerings: Elementary Phuang Malai, 2015,Powder coated brass, copper, cotton and Object:Filtered Model, 2015 by Sue Lorraine, Polypropylene, steel, Tasmanian Oak.

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