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  • Elvis Richardson, The Pool of Artists in The CoUNTess Report, http://www.thecountessreport.com.au/, 2014.

  • Guerilla Girls posters, See you at the barricades, 30 May – 29 November 2015, AGNSW.

  • Guerilla Girls posters, See you at the barricades, 30 May – 29 November 2015, AGNSW.

  • Raquel Ormella, from The Mysterious Vanessa (detail), 2016. Ink and digital drawing, dimensions variable.

  • Louise Kate Anderson Working with the life and work of Pearl Gambanyi Gibbs, Lynette Riley, Dubbo Local Aboriginal Lands Council. Life, Lines and Legacy, Pearl Gibbs (Gambanyi) 1901–1988, 2016. Lithographic print.

  • Country Women Artists (Northern Rivers Chapter): Maree Bracker, Jan Davis, Karla Dickens, Jenny Kitchener, Leonie Lane, Shelagh Morgan, Liz Stops – working with Lismore Regional Gallery, Southern Cross University Library Artists’ Book Collection

  • Alison Alder, Working with Wollongong Art Gallery, University of Wollongong Archives: Dear Honorary Secretary, 2016. Screen print on paper, 100 x 70 cm. Source: Papers of Dolly Potter, Secretary Miners' Women's Auxiliary. University of Wollongong Archives.

Exhibition: Lynne Barwick & India — November 12, 2013

Closer

Lynne Barwick & India Zegan

November 16 – December 1, 2013
Articulate Upstairs
497 Parramatta Road, Leichhardt, NSW 2040
India Zegan and Lynne Barwick’s work is linked by a shared interest in cultural narratives of identity, in the blurred ground of fiction and autobiography, and in disrupting empirical language to reveal its surrounding ghosts. In a furthering of the artists’ discussions, Zegan’s abstracted portraits and Barwick’s painted text, reflect and engage each other in an open-ended conversation.

Lynne Barwick’s text pieces incorporate literary techniques and genres to examine the uses of language in contemporary art. Barwick’s installation forCloser presents a series of propositions and declarations that examine the narratives that underpin ideas of community and evolution.


Lynne Barwick, Signs & Wonders 1, 2013 (installation detail). Photographer: Felicity Jenkins

India Zegan’s suite of twelve, blind-embossed prints are the latest addition to her Museum of Fathers – an ongoing project of applying the structures and processes of contemporary museum culture to her explorations of fatherhood and gender.


India Zegan: Ghosts: ACR/MEJ #37, 2011-2013. Photographer: Felicity Jenkins

India Zegan and Lynne Barwick are Sydney-based artists. Their respective work can be viewed online at:
http://museumoffathers.blogspot.com.au/
http://lynnebarwick.blogspot.com.au/