Sarah Poulgrain & Llewellyn Millhouse, <i>Durcal Pony with Cement</i>, 2014, photogrpahic print and white cement. Ricky Larry, <i>Atomic</i>, 2014, vinyl print. Kay Lawrence, <i>In Your Backyard</i>, 2014, video. Kay Lawrence, <i>In Your Backyard</i> (still), 2014, video. Matthew Sneesby, <i>Spot</i>, 2014, oil on canvas.<br> Sarah Poulgrain, <i>Arthur's Seat with Plaster</i>, 2014, oil, photographic print, plaster, concrete, polymer. Kay Lawrence, <i>Liminal Being</i>, 2014, wood, metal, styrofoam, rubber, wire, wool, cotton, acrylic yarns. Kay Lawrence, <i>Liminal Being</i> (detail), 2014, wood, metal, styrofoam, rubber, wire, wool, cotton, acrylic yarns. Kay Lawrence, <i>Re/cology #1</i>, 2012, digital image on cotton, cotton support, cotton and silk threads. <br> Kay Lawrence, <i>(Wo)mangrove</i>, 2014, driftwood, knitted yarn. Kay Lawrence, <i>Re/cology #1</i> (detail), 2012, digital image on cotton, cotton support, cotton and silk threads. Kay Lawrence, <i>Engagement with... #2</i>, 2011- 2014, digital image on cotton, cotton embroidery. Kay Lawrence, <i>Engagement with... #2</i> (detail), 2011- 2014, digital image on cotton, cotton embroidery. Matthew Sneesby, <i>Unfold</i>, 2014, oil on canvas. <br> Matthew Sneesby, <i>Concealed</i>, 2014, acrylic on board, synthetic fabric. Rachael Bartram, <i>I Put All Of That Behind Me, Land of Giant Women</i> and <i>Field Trip</i>, 2014, photo-collages. Sarah Poulgrain & Llewelyn Millhouse, <i>Yellow Lake</i>, 2014, white cement, silicone, foam, concrete, pine and cardboard. Sarah Poulgrain & Llewellyn Millhouse, <i>Yellow Lake</i> (detail), 2014, white cement, silicone, foam, concrete, pine and cardboard. Mitchell Donaldson, <i>Preparation for a Division</i> (detail), 2014, digital video loop, MDF, pine.

Shifting Ground
3rd - 13th December

Shifting Ground brings together six diverse Brisbane artists whose works address contemporary experiences of the landscape. Stepping in to the landscape to perform, interact, reflect and respond, these artists present new ways of seeing and experiencing the natural world. With a focus on intermedia dialogue and interventions in the conventional, Shifting Ground provides insight into contemporary Brisbane practitioners who critically approach and push the landscape genre.

Featuring:

Rachael Bartram
Mitchell Donaldson
Ricky Larry
Kay Lawrence
Sarah Poulgrain
Matthew Sneesby

Curated by Katelyn-Jane Dunn and Madeleine Keinonen

Digital catalogue available for download HERE