Dangling Carrots

Michelle Hamer with Cat Wilson (projections)

Dangling Carrots is Michelle Hamer’s 10th solo show. Her work employs hand-stitched tapestry to explore signage and contemporary edicts. _*Dangling Carrots*_ explicitly questions the contemporary relevance of the ‘suburban dream’ in a post GFC climate. How do we reconcile edges and endless sprawl with environmental ideals of greater density?

Art Exhibition previously on at Craft Victoria in Flinders Lane precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Friday 29 April 2011 to Saturday 11 June 2011
Launch Thursday 28 April 2011, 6-8pm

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Published by anonymous on Tuesday 29 March 2011.
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Do our dreams have limits or is that just reality?

For the first time, Hamer will include digital projections (assembled by Cat Wilson), of the tapestry construction process, directly exposing the juxtaposition of manual and digital pixilation within her practice. The audience will be able to move through the projections, the pixels of light, creating new digital images on tapestried screens and the rear brick wall.



Craft Victoria
31 Flinders Lane
Melbourne. 3000