Anne Ooms <i> Drawings </i> (2013) Anne Ooms <i> Drawings </i> (2013) Anne Ooms <i> Drawings </i> (2013) Anne Ooms <i> Drawings </i> (2013) Anne Ooms <i> Drawings </i> (2013) Catriona Stanton <i> Disco Ball </i> (2013) Catriona Stanton <i> Mountain </i> (2013) Catriona Stanton <i> Trident </i> (2013) Catriona Stanton <i> Dream Catcher </i> (2013) Catriona Stanton <i> Fins </i> (2013) Catriona Stanton <i> Bird of Paradise </i> (2013) Anne Ooms <i> Organ Tales </i> (2013) Anne Ooms <i> Organ Tales </i> (2013) Anne Ooms <i> Organ Tales </i> (2013) Anne Ooms <i> Organ Tales </i> (2013) Anne Ooms <i> Organ Tales </i> (2013) Anne Ooms <i> Organ Tales </i> (2013) Catriona Stanton  <i> Slip Objects </i> (2013) Catriona Stanton  <i> Slip Objects </i> (2013) Catriona Stanton  <i> Fur and Slip </i> (2013) Julie-Anne Milinski <i> Geniculum Drawing Study #2 & #3 </i> (2013) Julie-Anne Milinski <i> Geniculum Drawing Study #1 </i> (2013) Julie-Anne Milinski <i> Monstera mirabilis </i> (2013) Julie-Anne Milinski <i> 1.194km </i> (2013) Julie-Anne Milinski <i> Emerge/Recede </i> (2013) Julie-Anne Milinski <i> Monstera mirabilis </i> (2013) Julie-Anne Milinski <i> 1.194km </i> (2013)

Echo and Geniculum
8th November - 16th November

Anne Ooms and Catriona Stanton's exhibition Echo will display works made through the pair's unique collaborative process. Ooms' drawing based work and Stanton's sculptural practice are directed by one another through a 'call and response' methodology. The resultant installation will celebrate the influence these artists have had on each other and explore external influences of nature, mythology and culture.

Julie-Anne Milinski's exhibition Geniculum continues an ongoing exploration of domesticated botany. Real and constructed flora entangle to muddy dualities of nature / culture, masculine / feminine, hand-made / mass-produced, craft / art, organic / inorganic.
geniculum (latin), n. a knot in a plant.

Digital catalogue available for download HERE