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    Artist Talks | Sue Peachey + Hannah Gason + Estelle Briedis

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    Craft + Design Canberra warmly invites you to join Sue Peachey, Hannah Gason and Estelle Briedis for pre-exhibition artist talks. 

    When: 5.30pm - 6pm Thursday 23 May 2024
    Where: Craft + Design Canberra Gallery | Level 1, North Building, 180 London Circuit, Canberra

    Please note the opening for the exhibitions will commence at 6pm following the artist talks.

    The Edge Between | Artist Sue Peachey 

    ‘The Edge Between’ showcases a series of ceramic works by Sue Peachey responding creatively to the principles of the regenerative earth care system of permaculture. Each piece draws on one of the 12 permaculture principles to create a collection of new ceramic works that contain a positive, non-judgmental message about how each of us can choose to change our behaviour to make a difference. Now more than ever we need to examine our relationship to planet Earth.  


    Light Ripples | Artist Hannah Gason 

    ‘Light Ripples’ explores subtle changes and rhythms Hannah Gason experiences in her everyday surroundings. Each series of light works, and wall panels offer a curiosity of space and perspective through shifting layers of form, colour, tone and transparency. Kiln formed glass panels consist of geometric forms and repeating patterns that shape and hold light within the work. Projected colour and textured light offer a constantly changing surface as viewers interact and move around the work. 


    Sequence of Variables | Artist Estelle Briedis 

    ‘Sequence of Variables’ presents a series of functional design objects and textiles created by Estelle Briedis based on original pattern designs produced by a digital pattern generator. The work reflects on how generated patterns can be transformed into repeatable pattern designs, using a blend of traditional screen-printing techniques and contemporary design applications. The exhibition continues Briedis’ exploration into surface ornamentation, specifically the interaction between tessellating imagery and shapes within repeat structures. Through her work, Briedis aims to contribute to discussions on the integration of digital tools in design and the potential of pattern in enhancing surfaces and spaces. 

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