Melanie Fitzmaurice at Art Stage Singapore

As part of their participation in Art Stage Singapore, Catherine Asquith Gallery will be showcasing the very unique sculptural work of Melbourne-based artist, Melanie Fitzmaurice. As a sculptor Melanie is fascinated by the fundamental role that our bodies play in our understanding of space, movement, communication and identity. The human body appears throughout her work, or is referred to through

Art Exhibition previously on in Singapore.
From Thursday 24 January 2013 to Sunday 27 January 2013

Explorer's Twin Hooks image Nightmare Landing image Drifting Caps image Hemisphere Helmet image Tip of the Iceberg (Backpack) image Out of Depth image

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The human body appears throughout her work, or is referred to through objects, garments and helmets. Beginning in 2011, Melanie’s ongoing project entitled Head Above Water, is based on the helmet’s potential to represent ‘mind space’.

Melanie Fitzmaurice is an Australian Artist living and working in rural Victoria, Australia. Melanie completed her Bachelor of Arts (Visual) with Honours, majoring in Sculpture at the Australian National University, School of Art, Canberra, in 2007. As a recipient of travel scholarships awarded by The Royal Over-Seas League, London, The Freedman Foundation, Sydney and Saksala Art Radius, Haukivuori, Fitzmaurice has partaken in residencies based in regional Scotland (2008) and Finland (2011).

In September 2011 Melanie was represented at the Korea International Art Fair (KIAF/11) in Seoul, South Korea.

In 2012 Melanie was invited to participate in the Freedman Foundation Alumni Exhibition; was a Finalist in the Sunshine Contemporary Art Prize (QLD, Australia), the Newport Substation Contemporary Prize (Vic, Australia) and the “Director’s Cut” of the Blake Prize (NSW, Australia).

Melanie Fitzmaurice is represented exclusively by Catherine Asquith Gallery


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