Mikala Dwyer’s The Weight of Shape balances between ceiling and floor, hovering in and around the viewer’s field of vision. The weight of shape is a physical demonstration of thought patterns: at once geometric and organic; synthetic and natural; opaque and translucent; slick and porous; flat and voluptuous; at some moments static and then unexpectedly and uncontrollably mobile.
One of Australia’s most exciting international exports, Ian Burns created Clouds for the 2012 Melbourne Art Foundation Commission. Against the cultural backdrop of the increasingly virtual nature of the screen-based image, Ian Burns presented a sculptural work that links the technological screen with embodied experience.
David Griggs ‘Frog boy’s dissertation into a new karaoke cult’, a full-scale circus tent, is crafted entirely from paintings on canvas. The imagery painted on the exterior side of the canvas tent is a collection of tough Holy Cross imagery that details blood lettings, crucifixions, portraiture and military security.