Sibella Court's first book Etcetera etc: creating beautiful interiors with the things you love won Best Designed Book of the Year 2010. Now, with her award-winning photographer brother, Chris Court, she has created an installation at Barometer Gallery so that you can explore within the life-size pages of Etcetera.Find out more »
‘Sugar & Spice and all Things Nice’- is what little girls are made of. Isn’t it?
Pia Larsen presents three works that address notions of 'liberation', ageing and self-determination for women today.Find out more »
The World Shibori Network Australia and New Zealand is a group of textile artists working in shibori or shaped resist dyeing.
Here is a selection of works produced for their latest exhibition 'Out of the Box - Shibori Forces Downunder'.Find out more »
Julie Ryder's solo exhibition, Companion Planting, is inspired by a 2009 Hill End residency in Murray’s Cottage, the former home of Donald Friend and Donald Murray. The complex relationship between the gregarious well-known artist, (Friend) and the reclusive, introverted gardener (Murray) is explored through watercolours, textiles and objects that are sourced directly from the cottage garden.Find out more »
Catherine Rogers is a Sydney based artist whose photographic practice is based around the landscape – particularly the Australian landscape. This new work shows some preliminary images from a recent trip to Lake Eyre (and beyond) this winter. The larger project includes images and drawings from the Kimberlies, and from over 8,000kms of travel by road, to and from the far north.Find out more »
How do we relate to the streets we are most familiar with? I believe people use the street for their specific needs, whether it is for business, pleasure, shopping or traversing the suburbs. OSP argues that the more we use our streets, the less we see them as they are.Find out more »
Rowan Conroy is a Sydney based artist whose practice focuses on the use of photography and large format digital printing to present visions of the contemporary landscape and its detritus. Conroy's photographs document the archaeology of the present, the collision of the deep past with the recent past.Find out more »
An exhibition of contemporary Australian textiles responding to the theme of nets - exploring ideas of net-making, materials traditionally and non-traditionally used to make nets, use of nets, networking and related concepts.Find out more »
Electron and Scanning Electron Microscopy have informed Julie Ryder’s latest body of work.
I have used images of my scanned fabrics and microorganisms to form new designs and motifs for my textiles.Find out more »
October (1953) is an exhibition of new work from photographers Paul Ogier and Catherine Rogers. The images are an investigation of a landscape used during the atomic weapons testing in Australia, in particular, the 1953 series of tests at the Emu Field atomic test site in South Australia.Find out more »