Crevice Communities Online Exhibition - Shared screen with speaker view
Who can see your viewing activity?
Great work! New “communities” can emerge from the crevices of ravaged times. Thanks. Dave Pritchard (early in the morning, UK!).
on pPangerang country
I’m Jock Cheetham on Wiradyuri land in Bathurst.
Thanks so much for coming, Margaret - Nancy’s poems are wonderful!
I acknowledge the Geawegal peoples the land that I live on and have the honour of being custodian for.
And Elizabeth edited our special edition of Fusion last year - fabulous fabulous work
Hello from North East lutruwita/Tasmania, palawa country
I love this idea of the ‘artwork as a container’, and its capacity for holding and sharing, a type of share-holding perhaps?
Donna, liked what you said about the anxiety inhibiting creativity even while knowing it's what we need to enter into.
Margaret W, I too love the idea of art as a “container” for a shared experience.
No - fine for me
In reference to Donna's work, I think that sometimes you need to let the materials you're using to speak to you and then influence how your work develops.
Sound is fine for me
race was stopped this year by an echidna crossing the track :)
Yes, the echidna stole the show! :)
Wow Vi, that’s a lot of things. I hope I don’t have that many.
Donna loved your references to mood during your creativity, - at first energetic, then mindful then declining energy. An experience for so many creative persons.
Roxanne the echidna was looking for a mate. They follow tracks that their ancestors have used for hundreds of years, that is why they often come through new housing estates and other urban areas.
My Mum was a dressmaker
Ladies would come to the house to be fitted
it will probably be running stitch, it's the only one I know, too!
I can’t put a question in the Q&A - I think because I am a host: Your work seems very personal and yet speaks to a community we don’t hear from. What is the main message of your artwork?
That’s a question for SAndra
I can’t get into the Q& A either
If I have a question I’ll type it in here
I think hosts and panellists can’t - they are supposed to answer.
Can't see Jennifer
Sandra is only speaking
Roxanne, you can change view options, should be up in the top right hand corner, you should be able to see small screens of all panelists plus large screen of the person currently speaking
I’m loving these invocations of past seamstresses, beaders and embroiders and am curious about the connection between the experience of making and care. A question for any of the panellists.
I think your editing gave a real seamlessness to the interplay of it all, beautifully rendered
Tracy, view option is not available with this, think it's locked.
Margaret, my mother and grandmother both did fancywork, as we called it. Embroidery.I do cross-stitch pattern work as a meditation, still.
Okay sorry Roxanne, hmmm…
A question for Barbel Ulrich: In Another Land 2021 Barbel: why did you choose the altered book format as a medium to work with?"
I’ve allowed Barbel to speak
I really like how old discarded objects and items have been used by many of these artists to create thought-provoking works.
A question to Jacquie O’Reilly: What was the process you took to arrive at this beautiful & evocative video & soundscape?
I was paraphrasing Donna art-as-the container
Wonderful images shared there Frank, thank you. My father was also a stitcher.
I feel like I've missed out not having this stitchwork in my heritage! ☺️ The stories seem to have been stitched into the artists here.
Such a legacy you are caring for too Karen, so evident in your work.
Congratulations to all artists and to the creative practice Circle for such an engaging discussion and I’m looking forward to delving further into the crevices in the on line exhibition. Thank you everyone.
Thanks all for a great launch and exhibition!
Thankyou to everyone for joining us