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Sim Luttin speaks about bringing an exhibition to life on Vision Australia Radio
"There's a lot of context and nuance being pulled through these works."
Arts Project Australia's gallery manager and curator Sim Luttin recently spoke with host Chris Thompson on Vision Australia Radio about the current showing at the APA gallery: Material World. Listen from 23:30-37:00 to learn more about the process of putting on an exhibition at APA, and the approach to bringing the art of APA to the public.
Material World is on show through July and August 2021, with a virtual iteration available online.
The tactile multi-dimensionality of this exhibition references personal worlds created in response to physical surroundings. The artistic practices and works displayed testify to the movement between – and stark transition from – idea and concept to visceral threads and textiles to represent corporal curiosity, sexual politics, the home, possessions, consumerism, and the imaginary world.
Featuring Fulli Andrinopoulos, Dorothy Berry, Matthew Gove, Bronwyn Hack, Adrian Lazzaro, Anne Lynch, Mark Smith, Lisa Reid, Rosie O’Brien, Chris O’Brien, Lisa Reid, and Terry Williams.
Co-curated by Peter Douglas and Jodie Kipps.
Love from the Studio is a series of interviews and articles bringing you behind the scenes of Arts Project Australia. Arts Project Australia's gallery manager and curator Sim Luttin was interviewed by host Chris Thompson on Vision Australia Radio. This interview podcast was originally published by Vision Australia Radio.
SPRING BACK | VIRTUAL EXHIBITION
Literally, to recoil, rebound,
or leap back to an original
position or location.
Spring1883 is back - but different this year.
Heeding ever changing restrictions in Victoria, the seventh edition Spring steps out of one building to spread itself across Melbourne within satellite booths (pending lockdowns). Arts Project Australia presents an immersive installation of five artists, the collection aptly titled Spring Back, firstly next door to the gallery at Collingwood Yards at the soon-to-be home of the ILBIJERRI Theatre Company and now online, on this virtual exhibition page.
Discover Spring Back online 4-29 August 2021:
Visit 3D show by CounterCoulter
Browse via catalogue
Enquire or purchase via Artsy
Full Spring1883 program
Spring Back exhibits recent works by five artists pushing their practice and creating work with strong thematic depth. Ruth Howard's luscious collection of organic ceramic stacks alongside the verdant canvases and ceramics of Georgia Szmerling; multi-disciplinary artist Chris Mason's immersive installation of paintings, ceramics and miniature sculptures of large women and snakes, contrasting with Mark Smith's ceramic and fabric words, then juxtaposed with Julian Martin's sublime abstract pastel drawings.
SPRING BACK CURATED BY GALLERY MANAGER AND CURATOR SIM LUTTIN