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Inverse I

Inverse, the title for this series of wall-based works refers to the rectangular sections of negative space removed from the minimalist sculptures, while the woven organically-shaped substance that appears to grow and spread across the panels creates a push and pull between two-dimensional sculpture and three-dimensional drawing.

Carly Scoufos, Inverse I, 2012, woven galvanised wire & acrylic paint on timber base, 95x95x20cm

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Inverse I

Inverse, the title for this series of wall-based works refers to the rectangular sections of negative space removed from the minimalist sculptures, while the woven organically-shaped substance that appears to grow and spread across the panels creates a push and pull between two-dimensional sculpture and three-dimensional drawing. Carly Scoufos, Inverse I, 2012, woven galvanised wire… View Article

Inverse III

Inverse, the title for this series of wall-based works refers to the rectangular sections of negative space removed from the minimalist sculptures, while the woven organically-shaped substance that appears to grow and spread across the panels creates a push and pull between two-dimensional sculpture and three-dimensional drawing. Carly Scoufos, Inverse III, 2012, woven galvanised wire &… View Article

Interlaced in Four Parts

Much of Carly’s studio practice focuses on the notion of part to whole and the way in which a surface or pattern can appear one way when viewed from afar, yet change on closer inspection to create a perceptual push and pull. Interval in Four Parts was shortlisted for the 2013 Clayton Utz Art Prize…. View Article

Ross Byers

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Mandy Ridley

Mandy Ridley was born in Richmond, Victoria and now lives and works in Brisbane, Queensland. Ridley’s art practice spans intimate investigations of pattern, colour and craft through her object-based artworks for gallery exhibitions to major site-specific public art commissions. A central focus in her work is an exploration of the relationships and connections between individuals,… View Article

Sebastian Di Mauro

Sebastian Di Mauro was born in Innisfail in 1955 and he currently lives and works in Brisbane. Since the late 1980s he has held over 45 solo exhibitions and his work has been included in excess of 100 group exhibitions in Australia and overseas. His paintings, sculptures, artist books and installations are collected by many… View Article

Sebastian Moody

Sebastian Moody was born in Sydney in 1979 and currently lives and works in Brisbane. He completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts at the Queensland University of Technology (2001) and a Master of Museum Studies at The University of Queensland (2009). Sebastian has been creating artworks in the public realm professionally since 2002 and is… View Article