Incinerator Art Space in collaboration with Sabbia Gallery presents an exhibition of glass and ceramic artworks exploring the notion of the home-maker.
Art Exhibition previously on at Willoughby City Council in New South Wales, Australia. Published by anonymous on Friday 17 February 2017. Wednesday 01 March 2017 to Sunday 26 March 2017. Opening Saturday 04 March 2017 2pm-4pm.
Incinerator Art Space in collaboration with Sabbia Gallery presents an exhibition of glass and ceramic artworks exploring the notion of the home-maker. Ten artists give voice to this often female-role through exquisitely crafted objects representing domestic ritual, while also drawing our attention to cultural and commercial influences that also shape this vital realm.
The exhibition shines a light on the notion of a ‘perfect’ living environment and if this is ever achievable and at what cost. Through tongue-in-cheek humour the artists also question what it means to be a Domestic Goddess.
Overall, the exhibition addresses the beauty and drudgery of domestic labour driven out of necessity, pride but most of all, love.
A Willoughby City Council curated exhibition. All exhibiting artists courtesy of Sabbia Gallery Sydney.
JENNI KEMARRE MARTINIELLO
Official Opening: 2pm-4pm, Saturday 4 March
Image Credits: Honor Freeman, Small Monument, 2009, slip cast and hand built porcelain, 125×125×65mm. Photo Sabbia Gallery.