Curator's and Artists’ Talk and Tour of Ariel's Song
Saturday 2 April, 3pm-4pm
Join Curator Gemma Weston and exhibiting artists Luisa Hansal, Jess Tan and Wade Taylor as they review and discuss their work and the exhibition Ariel's Song which is featured at Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery as part of the Perth Festival.
Ariel’s Song celebrates how art can open a door between worlds. It is an exhibition about shipwrecked feelings, rich and strange transformations and magical thinking that places contemporary artists Luisa Hansal, Jess Tan and Wade Taylor in conversation with surreal and stormy visions from the UWA Art Collection.
The exhibition borrows its title from both a famous passage from Shakespeare’s The Tempest and a survey of Western Australian landscape painter Audrey Greenhalgh, whose paintings and drawings of the ocean searched for ‘the energy, vitality and movement below the surface’ of the tangible world.
Image: Installation photo of Luisa Hansal, friendship bracelet (for Audrey) (detail), 2022, beads, armature wire & oil painted brass hands, dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist and sweet pea, Perth. Photograph by Ilkka K Photography.
Please note: Due to WA State Government Covid-19 safety regulations, upon entry you will be required to provide proof of vaccination or proof of your medical exemption.
Registration is essential and will be checked on arrival. The University is committed to ensuring the health and safety of our students, staff and visitors to our campus and as always, will comply with all public health advice of the State Government.