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CARE Symposium Exhibition

Presented as part of the CARE : Transforming values through art, ethics and feminism Interdisciplinary symposium, an exhibition held at George Paton Gallery, University of Melbourne, 30 October - 2 November, 2019.

  

Claire Field and Caroline Phillips, care, 2019

 

ARTISTS in alphabetical order;

Kylie Banyard, Luci Callipari-Marcuzzo, Claire Field and Caroline Phillips, Zoe Freney, Jodie Goldring, Rachael Haynes, Linda Judge, LAST Collective (Beth Arnold, Melanie Irwin, Katie Lee, Clare Rae and Hanna Tai), Joanne Makas, Elizabeth Savage Kooronya, Sarah Rudledge, Emma Russell, Kerryn Sylvia, Hartmut Veit, Hayley West, Linda Wilken, Su Yang, Sonia Zymantas

 

l-r, Kylie Banyard – Daydreamer, mixed media installation; Hayley West – After The Gold Rush, photographs

 

 

 Kylie Banyard – Daydreamer (detail)

 

 Hartmut Veit – Untitled 2 Doors, sculpture

 

 Sonia Zymantas – The Other List, installation

 

 

l-r, Sonia Zymantas – The Other List, installation; Su Yang – Less Icon, photographic series

 

 l-r Su Yang – Less Icon, photographic series (detail); The LAST Collective (Beth Arnold, Melanie Irwin, Katie Lee, Clare Rae and Hanna Tai) – The Last Collective Presents, video (Zoe Freney – Between Heaven and Earth -work in progress-, digital video, edited by Sarah Tickle); Jodie Goldring – Weaving Objects and Stories; Linda Judge – Stroke, painting series

 

l-r, Linda Judge – Stroke, painting series; Joanne Makas – The Three Graces in Black Gully, sculpture

 

l-r, Linda Judge – Stroke, painting series; Joanne Makas – The Three Graces in Black Gully, sculpture; Jodie Goldring – Weaving Objects and Stories; Sarah Rudlege – Dad Uses The Iron, artists' book; Linda Wilken – poster series; Elizabeth Savage Kooroonya – Conversations of Heart, tea towels

 

 

l-r, Sarah Rudlege – Dad Uses The Iron, artists' book; Linda Wilken – poster series 

 

 

l-r, Linda Wilken – poster series; Elizabeth Savage Kooroonya – Conversations of Heart, tea towels; Jodie Goldring – Weaving Objects and Stories; Emma Russell – Wring Out Fairlea: Towards an anti-carceral feminist politics of care

 

Elizabeth Savage Kooroonya – Conversations of Heart, tea towels (detail) 

 

l-r, Luci Callipari-Marcuzzo – eredità [heritage], vita [life], and ricordo i fili [remember the threads], textiles; Rachael Haynes – Protest scores (I think with my body), ink and pencil on watercolour paper; Kerryn Sylvia – WE WAIT....What else can we do, wearable object; Kylie Banyard – Daydreamer; Hayley West – After The Gold Rush; Claire Field and Caroline Phillips, Archiving Care, participatory work; Sonia Zymantas – The Other List  

 

         

Rachael Haynes, Protest Scores, 2019

 

 

l-r, Hayley West – After The Gold Rush; Claire Field and Caroline Phillips, Archiving Care 

 

 

Exhibition documentation by Rubie Bridie, courtesy George Paton Gallery.