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Curated by Belinda Newick and Nico Kelly – An introduction

Inspired by the film ‘Les glaneurs et la glaneuse’, an award winning French documentary by Agnès Varda, 2000, that features the history of the various forms of gleaning.

The exhibition ‘Gleaners’ is a collection of works that all involve different ways of gleaning materials and reinterpreting and transforming them into new objects.

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mary hackett 3

Bottle tops are abandoned residue from a relaxing time with friends or after a hard day’s work, with ‘a hard earned thirst’.  They are abandoned. …

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Freeman_silver lining series_1a

Thoughts of preserving, measuring and marking time’s passing occupy the work during the making. There is a correlation between actions and gestures used when engaging …

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Farrant_03 Flotsam

I’ve always been a bit of a forager, and since moving to Port Willunga ten years ago I’ve become a secret beachcomber. Every time I …

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Kelly_wash

Wash Wash is a sculptural light that offers a window into another space, inspired by my childhood in Hong Kong. Combining the richness of the …

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Mirams_Contours

I have tried to convey growth rings as stories of landforms and as a metaphor for time and change, endurance and relent.

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Walker_Spencer's Ladder

Salvaged from the foreshore of Port Germein in South Australia, this timber was submerged in the waters of Spencer’s Gulf, partially concealed in the tidal …

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Simeoni

In previous work I have used a variety of eclectic found materials and monochromatic colour ways. The work for this exhibition marks a shift in …

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mary hackett 3

Bottle tops are abandoned residue from a relaxing time with friends or after a hard day’s work, with ‘a hard earned thirst’.  They are abandoned. …

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Belinda 001

A childhood spent on the west Australian coast made me a beachcomber from before I can remember. These pieces have been gleaned along coasts, the …

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