Sanné Mestrom’s reflexive practice addresses process, art history, appropriation, authorship, authenticity and the question of value through non-traditional sculptural objects.

Art Exhibition previously on at RMIT Intersect in Victoria, Australia.
From Friday 08 April 2016 to Thursday 12 May 2016
Launch Thursday 07 April 2016, 5.00-7.00pm

Sanné Mestrom, Dear Charlie, 2015, ceramic and steel, 55 x 35 x 25cm (irregular). Image courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney image

Published by anonymous on Tuesday 22 March 2016.
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Leftovers is a series of gestures or odes to artists admired or known to Mestrom, those who have shaped her practice or thinking in profound ways. Through non-traditional ceramic sculpture, Mestrom interrogates the process of making art, as well as the provenance of the leftover. Each configuration is a series of discrete formal relationships between form, texture, tone, line and light, and traces a transaction or relationship between Mestrom and the other artists. Through these works Mestrom explores the idea of the remnant, and the potential of objects and their by-products.