Madeleine Keinonen, <i>Murmur</i>, 2015, paper, pins. Madeleine Keinonen, <i>Murmur</i> (detail), 2015, paper, pins. Robert Andrew, <i>Information Transfer (Process #1)</i>, 2015, newspaper, ochres, technology installation. Robert Andrew, <i>Information Transfer (Process #1)</i> (detail), 2015, newspaper, ochres, technology installation. Robert Andrew, <i>Information Transfer (Process #1)</i> (detail), 2015, newspaper, ochres, technology installation. Robert Andrew, <i>Information Transfer (Process #1)</i> (detail), 2015, newspaper, ochres, technology installation. Luke Kidd, <i>Overpass</i>, 2014, oil on MDF. Luke Kidd, <i>Overpass</i> (detail), 2014, oil on MDF. Luke Kidd, <i>Overpass</i> (detail), 2014, oil on MDF. Luke Kidd, <i>Overpass</i>, 2014, oil on MDF. Luke Kidd, <i>Overpass</i> (detail), 2014, oil on MDF. Tayla Haggarty, <i>Bucket List #1, Bucket LIst #2</i>, 2015, wood, bucket, wood chips, string. Tayla Haggarty, <i>Bucket List #3, Bucket LIst #4</i>, 2015, wood, bucket, wood chips, string. Tayla Haggarty, <i> Bucket LIst #4</i>, 2015, wood, bucket, wood chips, string. Tayla Haggarty, <i>Gender Balance 9000</i>, 2015, buckets, rope, wood chips, rocks, cement block, nail. Tayla Haggarty, <i>Gender Balance 9000</i> (detail), 2015, buckets, rope, wood chips, rocks, cement block, nail. Katelyn-Jane Dunn, <i>Carry, Fly, Weight, Pierce, Cat's Cradle</i>, 2014, archival inkjet prints. Katelyn-Jane Dunn, <i>Pierce, Cat's Cradle, Sponge, The Fall, Hair</i>, 2014, archival inkjet prints. Kylie Spear, <i>Haptic Memory Study (Feet)</i>, 2015 two channel video installation. Kylie Spear, <i>Haptic Memory Study (Feet)</i> (still), 2015 two channel video installation. Kylie Spear, <i>Haptic Memory Study (Feet)</i> (still), 2015 two channel video installation.

Human Resources
25th February - 7th March

The Hold Artspace opened March 1st 2013, and since this time the artist run initiative has hosted dozens of exhibitions and established itself as a quality space for creative practitioners to showcase their work. Commemorating the second anniversary of the Hold Artspace's opening, Human Resources brings together the diverse practices of the people behind the gallery. Dealing with themes of place, identity, memory and culture, this exhibition celebrates the creative potential of those who have made it possible for others to realise their own.

Featuring:
Robert Andrew
Katelyn-Jane Dunn
Tayla Haggarty
Luke Kidd
Madeleine Keinonen
Kylie Spear


Digital catalogue available for download HERE