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Tim Sidebottom - MFA examination

Summary

This research engages with the vessel form as a sculptural device to distil a sense of reverence and mystery encountered in Tasmanian landscapes

Start Date

17th Aug 2018 12:00pm

End Date

31st Aug 2018 5:00pm

Venue

Plimsoll Gallery


Internalised landscapes. The vessel form in sculptural response to place.


Tim Sidebottom, Canoe Bay i, (detail) 2017, mild steel, driftwood, 42(H)x627(W)x44mm(D)

Image credit: Tim Sidebottom, Canoe Bay i, (detail) 2017, mild steel, driftwood, 42 x 627 x 44mm


This research engages with the vessel form as a sculptural device to distil a sense of reverence and mystery encountered in Tasmanian landscapes. Integrating traces of the landscape, these forms seek to translate a phenomenological experience of place across spatial scales.


Opening event: Fri 17 Aug, 5.30 – 7.00 pm
Exhibition dates: Sat 18 – Fri 31 Aug


Gallery Hours:
Wed - Mon 12pm - 5pm during exhibitions
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