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FELTspace Opening: Wednesday 7th July at 6:00PM- TABLE SPOON- JACQUELINE BRADLEY AND SUBSTANCE- SAM HOWIE (WITH TEXT BY TOM SQUIRES)

July 2, 2010
FELTspace July Invite- Image: Top- Jacqueline Bradley,Long Distance Spooning, 2008- Maps, cotton, sponge, epoxy resin and spoons. Bottom: Sam Howie, Substance, 2010- Enamel on board.

FELTspace July Invite- Image: Top- Jacqueline Bradley,Long Distance Spooning, 2008- Maps, cotton, sponge, epoxy resin and spoons.  Bottom: Sam Howie, Substance, 2010- Enamel on board.

Image: Top- Jacqueline Bradley,Long Distance Spooning, 2008- Maps, cotton, sponge, epoxy resin and spoons. Bottom: Sam Howie, Substance, 2010- Enamel on board.

EXHIBITING AT FELTSPACE IN JULY

TABLE SPOON- JACQUELINE BRADLEY (ACT)
AND
SUBSTANCE- SAM HOWIE (WITH TEXT BY TOM SQUIRES)


OPENING ON THE WEDNESDAY 7th OF JULY AT 6:00PM
EXHIBITION RUNS FROM 8th-24th OF JULY

TABLE SPOON- JACQUELINE BRADLEY

Table Spoon is Canberran artist Jacqueline Bradley’s first Adelaide solo exhibition. Her delicate sculptural work brings together household objects, building materials, fabric and wallpaper to explore the idea home and a sense of place. In Table Spoon cups are joined by concertinas sewn from paper, chairs are piled high to create a hiding space beneath. These works are objects of intrigue and whimsy, investigating construction of home and identity in an Australian society and how this idea of home is created, constructed and carried.

Jacqueline has exhibited at the Canberra Contemporary Art Center, M16 (artist run initiative), Australian National University: School Of Art Gallery, and Australian National Capital Artist’s Gallery. She has also been shortlisted twice (2009 and 2010) for Qantas Foundation Encouragement of Australian Contemporary Art Award.

To find out more about Jacqueline Bradley,  http://jacquelinebradleyart.blogspot.com/

SUBSTANCE- SAM HOWIE (WITH TEXT BY TOM SQUIRES)

Substance is a collaboration between two local artists Sam Howie and Tom Squires, both are currently undertaking their Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) at the University of South Australia.

Sam Howie is an emerging Adelaide based visual artist who is currently undertaking his Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) at the University of South Australia. Sam Howie completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts from VizArts O’Hallaran Hill TAFE in 2007, since then Sam has exhibited in the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (as part of Hatched National Graduate Exhibition), the Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Helpmann Academy Graduate Show, and the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia.

Tom Squires has been working with words on page for the past six years. Before then he made a series of paintings/objects. The work included in this exhibition is the key text produced during this writing period (late 2003 – 2009). The work is an image of the world, or total situation, as through the eyes of * an idea of a zero point of art (which itself takes as its model the idea of parallel universes taken to the point of nothing in particular). Tom is currently working on a large scale painting/object based work, which is based on the last work and suicide of an untranslated nineteenth century German philosopher.

* or otherwise put: developed via

Image: Top- Jacqueline Bradley,Long Distance Spooning, 2008- Maps, cotton, sponge, epoxy resin and spoons.

WE ARE ALSO ACCEPTING PROPOSALS FOR 2011- DEADLINE IS JULY 30th (POSTMARKED)
CHECK OUT WWW.FELTSPACE.ORG FOR MORE INFORMATION!

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