31 MAY - 17 JUN | THE LONG DISTANCE | Clare Longley

OPENING | Thursday 1 June, 6-8pm

Clare Longley is a painter who is interested in the how the spontaneity of movement, when amplified or diluted by different mediums, can convey the nature of collective an unconscious desire. Often the processes she uses to get to a final output are performative in nature, but with different end points.

Art Exhibition previously on at BLINDSIDE in Victoria, Australia.
From Wednesday 31 May 2017 to Saturday 17 June 2017
Launch Thursday 01 June 2017, 6-8pm

Clare Longley, Making Eggs (Pretending Like it Means Something), 2016, hand finished digital print on silk with polymer clay, acrylic paint and cotton thread (flat image), 102 x 140cm. Image courtesy the artist.  image

Published by anonymous on Tuesday 21 February 2017.
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A response to artist residencies and collaborative projects in New York (mentored by performance artists India Salvor Menuez, Alexandra Marzella and Claire Christenson) and rural Portugal (with Australian/Portuguese painter and academic Sam Abercrombe), The Long Distance brings painting and elements of performance together.