Kilmartin House Museum is an exhibition of new sculpture, built around ideas of work, time and memory.

Art Exhibition previously on at Gertrude Contemporary in Fitzroy-Collingwood precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Saturday 09 February 2013 to Saturday 09 March 2013

Ellipsis (detail) image

Published by anonymous on Saturday 16 February 2013.
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Transposing the archaeological idea of ‘prehistory’ onto the brief span of subjective experience, in these new works Kilmartin conflates the forms of Neolithic stone structures with cast and carved versions of quotidian objects. Lost to language and memory, the function, meaning and significance of these objects can only be experienced in space and speculation.

Ash Kilmartin’s recent solo exhibitions include The Perpetual Planner, rm gallery, Auckland; STOP WORK, Y3K, Melbourne; RAIN: A one-day sculpture garden, 242 Young Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne; and Unforeseen Employment, George Fraser Gallery, Auckland. Selected group exhibitions include HOUSE WEAR, BWA Design Museum, Wroclaw, Poland and State of Design Festival, Melbourne; Impossible Objects II, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne; Another Yummy Fantasy II, TCB, Melbourne; To Say The Least, Newcall Gallery, Auckland; Stages of Production, TCB, Melbourne; Magazine, Gambia Castle, Auckland; Itinerant Press, SCAPE Biennial of Public Art, Christchurch; and Architecture for the Nation, ARTSPACE, Auckland.

Opening: Friday 8 February 2013, 6-8pm