Meredith Turnbull, Reflection Object I, 2015, mirror, timber, particle board, 360 x 250 x 250 mm
31 Flinders Lane Melbourne 3000
20 August - 6 October Viewable 24hrs
Opening Sat 22 August 4-6pm
Meredith Turnbull and Anna Varendorff explore the potential and possibility of reflection through interior displays, objects and sculpture. Varendorff's objects share a floor/ceiling relation and focus on the notion of reflection through mirroring and diverging from a central axis. Turnbull's new mirror sculptures emphasis form and function through literal reflection and interior scale, freestanding and table-top displays. These sculptures function in the round, without frontal emphasis.
Artists Meredith Turnbull, Anna Varendorff
Anna Varendorff, Line Horizon (2013), brass, mirror, light, silver solder, concrete dimensions variable - installation within 4000 x 11000mm
Meredith Turnbull, Reflection Object I, 2015, mirror,
timber, MDF and acrylic paint, 30 x 520 x 410 mm
About the Artists
Meredith Turnbull’s artworks engage various scales, art historical traditions and genres – and create connections between images, jewellery, objects and sculptural components through spatial practice. She completed a Bachelor of Arts, Honours in Art History at La Trobe University in 2000 and a Bachelor of Fine Art at RMIT University in 2005. Meredith is a PhD candidate in Fine Art at Monash University in the Faculty of Art and Design. Recent exhibitions include: Provisional Objects, Jam Factory, Adelaide, with Tom Borgas and Kate Beckingham; Setting, Glen Eira Council Gallery, with Manon van Kouswijk and Anna Varendorff in 2015; Ensemble, Station and Co-workers: Objects, Pieces of Eight, 2014. Anna Varendorff's artistic practice includes the mediums of jewellery, sculpture and installation. Directly addressing the body, with object as both tool and partner, Varendorff directs specific focus towards the concerns of contemporary author jewellery from the intimate to the immersive. She completed her Masters of Fine Art at Monash University in 2015 and exhibits regularly as both a solo and a collaborative artist. Recent exhibitions include; Setting, with Manon Van Kouswijk and Meredith Turnbull, Glen Eira Town Hall Gallery 2015; Bouba, collaborative work with Haima Marriott, TCB Art Inc, 2015; Affine Approximations, collaborative work with Benjamin Portas, Bus Projects 2015_
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