Discarded protests against the desire for new and disposable, seeking a different narrative for the rejected and spurned. Work in the Discarded collection has been made from what would usually be considered rubbish. Rejected materials found in gutters, streams, laneways and the artist studio have been salvaged and modified into something new. The pre- existing character of items seized and reworked, extending life and adding to the history of what would commonly be considered redundant.
Grid – Curated by Katherine Kennedy
An exhibition by Australian & New Zealand artists exploring the theme of GRID through drawing, painting, light, installation, printmaking or weaving.
Tony Albert/ Terrence Combos/ Robert Frazer/ Jody Graham/ Veronica Herber/ Michael Kempson/ Michelle Mayn/ Karyn Tayor/ Imants Tillers/ Pa Te Aroha Weavers/ Piritahi Marae Weavers
Waiheke Community Art Gallery
Drawn from the Discarded– a collection of drawing tools made from discarded material found in the Greenway urban green corridor in Sydney’s west.
Jody Graham – Installing ‘Drawn from the Discarded’ Photo by Graeme Wienand
“Mythologies of the Discarded” opens on Saturday 28th October at Peacock Gallery, Auburn. All welcome.
The exhibition presents the work of international and local artists Maria Grazia Tata, Jody Graham, Sepideh Farzam, Jan Cleveringa and Bahman Kermany whose installations are deeply rooted in mythology, our relationship with nature, sustainability and transformation.
Curated by Nazanin Marashian.
Exhibition Launch and Artist Talks – Saturday 28 October 2017, 1.30 – 3.30pm at The Peacock Gallery.
Auburn Botanic Gardens
Corner of Chiswick and Chisholm Roads, Auburn
Tuesday to Sunday: 11am-4pm
(Appointments for tour groups can be organised outside these hours)
To view flyer and more information about workshops connected to this exhibition click link below.
Jody Graham – Drawn from the Discarded – installation of drawing tool – 2016/17
Drawn from the Discarded 1 – Framed collection of Urban and natural discarded material and in 21 x 29cm ink on paper drawing 85 x 105cm 2017