Sala At Fel Tspace: Philip Gibson, Brad Lay, Jessie Lumb / Grace Marlow

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Please join us at FELTspace for the opening of our August 2016 SALA exhibition to celebrate the work of four South Australian Artists!

Opening on Wednesday 3rd of August at 5:30pm
FELTdark screening from 8pm

Artist talks from 6pm

Exhibition runs 3 - 20 August

FRONT GALLERY / FELTdark: Chroma Coded - Philip Gibson (SA) , Brad Lay (SA) & Jessie Lumb (SA)

Chroma Coded is an exhibition curated and presented by Philip Gibson, Brad Lay and Jessie Lumb, featuring work in a diverse range of mediums which responds to the question “what happens when we take a phenomena, say music for example, and devise and apply a system to translate the information contained in this into pure colour?”

This exhibition has been funded through the FELTspace Philanthropic Fund

BACK GALLERY: not - Grace Marlow (SA)

Sculpture objects can effect bodies to perceive, engage, and exist differently even after we leave the art space. not prompts alternative engagements to the ways that gender is ordinarily understood and uses strategies of bodily resistance to subvert the normative systems that construct and perpetuate gender normativity.

Grace Marlow is a finalist in The Unitcare Services Moving Image Award - winner to be announced at the end of SALA

Image: Grace Marlow, this is not a melon, melon, 2.5 kg, 2016
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