Jody Graham is a multidisciplinary artist who uses unconventional tools and approaches when drawing, such as a rocks, bones or wire bound to the back of her hand or a bent umbrella. Jody Graham’s ideas celebrate the broken, displaced and forgotten, speaking to a compulsion to restore and rescue discarded material with an anti-consumerist and recycling ethos.
An in-depth creative inquiry behind a familiar individual object or theme.
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Home has been inspired by my love of architecture. I am especially fond of the make shift, old, busted, or derelict. I like looking at the evidence of activity seen in the character of old buildings.
Online Exhibition – 6 – 21 June 2020
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The evidence of what we leave behind fascinates me. It’s in that evidence I think about the human that was connected to what was discarded. Who are they, how was the item used, what were they doing, why did they throw it out? At the end of every bit of rubbish is a person….
‘Trashed’ showing in Occupied at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre.
Exhibition runs from 2 June to 5 July 2020.