Fremantle Arts Centre, 29 March — 20 May 2018
Sensual Nature is a sensory immersion into work derived from natural forms. The exhibition brings together twelve artists whose work both seduces and refuses through materialism, drawing on our need for nature while simultaneously aestheticising it. The seductive works in Sensual Nature bring to the fore organic forms that lurk beneath the conscious mind. Collectively, they reveal an entropic mis–en–scene of suppressed desires and fears.
Participating artists: Tane Andrews (NSW), Sarah Elson (WA), Penny Evans (NSW), Miik Green (WA), Juz Kitson (NSW), Lia McKnight (WA), Andrew Nicholls (WA), Julia Robinson (SA), Nalda Searles (WA), Holly Story (WA), Heather B Swann (ACT), Angela Valamanesh (SA)
Sensual Nature is developed from an original idea by Lia McKnight and curated by Dr Ric Spencer.
Photography by Bo Wong
Full colour catalogue with essay by Lisa Slade, Assistant Director, Artistic Programs, Art Gallery of South Australia
available from Fremantle Arts Centre (FREE) or download the PDF Version
Articles, Interviews and Reviews:
The West Australian, Double Edge of Nature, by Will Yeoman PDF Version
Art Guide, A Relationship with Nature, by Zara Sigglekow PDF Version
Seesaw, Close to Home, interview with Nina Levy
Make Your Own Rabbithole, Bush Bathing in the Australian Uncanny by Ant Gray
Seesaw, Seductive and Sensual, by Jenny Scott
The Artists Chronicle, Nature as a Sensual Entity by Lyn DiCiero PDF version