24 October 2011

score for forming chords & crossbars



I thought it was time to post a sneak peek from work being developed for my upcoming solo exhibition at Lowrise Projects in Richmond - a wonderfully intimate, light-filled, converted warehouse space recently set up by the lovely Melanie Flynn, former gallery manager at Karen Woodbury Gallery, and her partner Jeremy Smart. They are also the folk behind Artsphere, which provides a very fine website service for artists.

I popped into the gallery on Saturday and absolutely loved the current show - delicate black & white photographic and graphite works by
Genevieve Swifte, conceived from her residencies at the Upernavik Museum, Northwest Greenland and the Photomedia Workshop, The Australian National University School of Art. These stark, minimally rendered landscapes, although small, still managed to expound such a strong sense of place - it would be truly brilliant to head to this part of the world.

There’s no doubt that my quirky, colourful drawings which will follow this show, will present a somewhat blaring contrast!

… and here are the all important details!

helen gibbins
a scenario for perfect placement: score for forming chords & crossbars
18 november - 17 december 2011
opening: saturday 19 november 4-6pm
lowrise projects
level 1, 32 wangaratta street, richmond, victoria
gallery hours: thursday-saturday 11am-5pm
www.lowriseprojects.com

4 comments:

Kylie said...

Another reason why I wish I lived in Melbourne ;)
Good luck with the exhibition! Your drawing is fabulous and I really love your exhibition title :) Kx

helicopter6 said...

Thanks so much Kylie. You'll just have to come on down! BTW, I checked out Renilde's work yesterday at Mr Kitly and it was fabulous - so glad it finally arrived! And well... being the irresponsible gal that I am... I even bought a work (ahhh), so will post about it soon.

gretchenmist . . . {belinda} said...

fantastic! i'll put it in my diary ~ would love to see more of your work :)

helicopter6 said...

Hey Belinda. It would be sensational if you could make it to the opening! I think I would receognise you from your photo!!