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In addition to the international exhibition at Fremantle Arts Centre and John Curtin Gallery,
a festival program of exhibitions and events is presented by craft artists, galleries, art spaces and craft groups in support of the IOTA21 themes.

From Sep-Nov 2021 in Western Australia.

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Nicholas Folland // Outside In

29 September - 16 October

Nicholas Folland, It Could Have Been Me ..., 2019, chandelier, refrigeration unit, 12V lighting and ceiling rose, dimensions variable

Nicholas Folland reinterprets the ordinary and banal. Utilising common domestic materials, repurposed furniture, natural fibres, taxidermy and ice, Nicholas manifests fables of historical reference, exposing cultural differences and tapping into our individual and accumulated sense of identity. By marrying his sculptures with natural elements (ice and heat) he gives agency to these objects, offering an opportunity for continued action and reflection. He is captivated by his own family’s historical journey to Australia and references the extreme climates and sometimes ill-fated journeys of explorers.

Based in Adelaide, South Australia, Nicholas has a Master of Visual Arts from the University of Sydney and a Bachelor of Visual Arts from the University of South Australia. His work has been included in numerous high profile exhibitions and recent works were acquired by the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.

Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Friday: 11am – 4pm & Saturday: 12 – 4pm

Image: Nicholas Folland, It Could Have Been Me …, 2019, chandelier, refrigeration unit, 12V lighting and ceiling rose, dimensions variable

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Start:
29 September
End:
16 October
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www.artcollectivewa.com.au

Venue

Art Collective WA
2/565 Hay Street
Perth, Western Australia 6000 Australia
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Phone:
(08) 9325 7237
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