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enhancement: MAKING SENSE

enhancement: MAKING SENSE 25 May to 25 July 2016 i3S Instituto de Investigãçao e Inovação em Saúde Universidade do Porto Curated by Maria Manuela Lopes with work by Andy Gracie UK Carlos Marques PT Herwig Turk AT Kathy High USA Kathleen Rogers UK Marta de Menezes PT Maria Manuela Lopes PT Paulo Bernadino Basto PT […]

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thinking vaguely about hydrocarbon landscapes — popping up again

thinking vaguely about hydrocarbon landscapes — popping up again after considering Energy and Experience: An Essay in Nafthology by Antti Salminen & Tere Vadén and Petro-subjectivity: De-industrializing our sense of self

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(( pollen ))

Invitation to the arduous and illuminating InConversation show. See catalogue here.

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PICA Salon

A performative walk, A creature-spotter’s guide to your local neighbourhood, was sold at the PICA Salon on Saturday 2 August.  

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Canopy – into the forest

  A print, a book, a drawing in this show: Mundaring Arts Centre invites you to the opening of Canopy – into the forest Peter Dailey, Mel Dare, Joanne Duffy, Bec Juniper, Norma MacDonald, Clare McFarlane, Alan Muller, Perdita Phillips, Gregory Pryor, Nien Schwarz, Nalda Searles, David Small, Holly Story, Paul Uhlmann, Linda van der […]

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2013 and all that

Dear All Happy New Year! I hope you are well and rested after the festive season. It’s been great hearing of everybody’s adventures over the last few weeks and this has inspired me to recount mine: Works The year began with the solo residency and exhibition fast|slow|complex at Spectrum Project Space in Perth, Western Australia. […]

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2013 scribble

Two rocks sit on my shelf in a Chinese box, reminding me of 2013 travels

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ernie or bert?

On Wednesday I will be installing a work at the Momentum show at the Perth Centre for Photography. It’s called Unseen work for unwitnessed exhibition: the spatial patchiness of rainfall is a characteristic of Australian arid and semi arid ecosystems and is composed of a contact print, chair, and bunch of spinifex. This was a […]

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Unseen work for unwitnessed exhibition: the spatial patchiness of rainfall is a characteristic of Australian arid and semi arid ecosystems

The Momentum show at PCP includes Unseen work for unwitnessed exhibition: the spatial patchiness of rainfall is a characteristic of Australian arid and semi arid ecosystems 1995, chair, spinifex and contact print This was a piece made for an exhibition called Women’s Work when PCP was upstairs in William Street in 1995. I had to […]

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new subscriber lists

If you wish to receive occasional emails about exhibition openings or other events and milestones about Perdita Phillips contemporary artist, subscribe here: http://eepurl.com/DTkJH. On average there will probably be 4.5 or so emails/year. If you are a Western Australian artist, gallerist or arts organisation and wish to get a monthly reminder about when to submit […]

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Field_Notes – Deep Time

  Perdita Phillips will be participating in a residency Field_Notes – Deep Time at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station of the University of Helsinki in Lapland. The Finnish Society of Bioart has organised the residency to explore the disparity between the time cycles of geological, environmental and biological processes and the human perception of time. The […]

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Bunbury Biennale 2013

The work The burden of an action that now appears unwise is part of the Bunbury Biennale 2013 Saturday 20 July – Sunday 8 September Bunbury Regional Art Galleries 64 Wittenoom Street, Bunbury WA 6230 Open Daily, 10am – 4pm www.brag.org.au

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early shots from fast|slow|complex

These are some early shots from the installations. More documentation next week.     fast|slow|complex by Perdita Phillips at Spectrum project space, Edith Cowan University Mount Lawley Campus, 19 February to 1 March 2013 Artist’s talks Saturday 23 February 2:30pm and Wednesday 27 February 11:00am Tuesday to Friday 10:00am to 6:00pm Saturday 23 February 12:00pm […]

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fast | slow | complex exhibition opening

You are invited to fast|slow|complex at Spectrum project space 19 February to 1 March 2013 fast|slow|complex> by Perdita Phillips presents an rigorous body of work from this distinctive Western Australian artist. The exhibition combines investigations into themes of waste and wastelands, with explorations of disaster and transformation born from post-disaster environments. The works showcase the […]

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sleepwalking and night vision works in Testing Ground at Salamanca Art Centre, Hobart

The video sleepwalking and night visions photographic prints will be in the exhibition Testing Ground curated by Julie Gough at Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart. Details on the show to be posted soon at http://www.salarts.org.au/

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