December Projects 2014

Opening drinks and (maybe) snacks 7pm onwards, Friday 19th December
Marrickville Garage is open Sat 20 & Sun 21 December, 11- 5pm

GARAGE

Sarah Newall
GIRL SHED

I have always liked the idea of a discrete place where one can go and do secret girl’s stuff. A place that is an on-going experimental space in its own right melding the facilitation of making with the conversation of the day.

Sarah Newall, Girl Shed, detail, 2014. Found wooden pallets, found plywood, nails, screws, perspex, plants, staples, cat food tins, paint

Sarah Newall, Girl Shed, detail, 2014. Found wooden pallets, found plywood, nails, screws, perspex, plants, staples, cat food tins, paint

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GARAGE DOOR

Francesca Mataraga
BANNER FOR MARRICKVILLE GARAGE

Francesca Mataraga: Banner for Marrickville Garage, detail, 2014.

Francesca Mataraga: Banner for Marrickville Garage, detail, 2014. Digital print on perforated vinyl, 2x1m

TOILET DOOR

Janine Bailey
GIRLS TALK

Girls Talk is an interactive sculpture that creatively interprets the intersection of art and architecture by exploring the way we communicate in a temporal space. Using a combination of symmetrical and dynamic forms, the work provides an alternative environment that questions how we communicate within a public and private space.

Janine Bailey, Girls Talk, detail, 2014. Plywood, pvc, dimensions variable.

Janine Bailey, Girls Talk, detail, 2014. Plywood, pvc, dimensions variable.

MARRICKVILLE GARAGE presents our annual
LIGHT UNSPECTACULAR

Light Unspectacular

Nightly from 19th December 2014 to 31st January 2015.

Featuring light works and projections around the house and garden, visible from the street, by Lisa Andrew, Ryszard Dabek, Helen Hyatt-Johnston, DJ Perry Combover and Jane Polkinghorne.

FRONT ROOM

Lisa Andrew
The rainbow is yours with volume

DV (1.067) 4:3
This work is a series of animated billboards for places in NSW that have colour in the name made from a collage of footage from each respective site and quotes from the The land of heart’s desire, William Butler Yeates, 1894.

SIDE ROOM

Ryszard Dabek
Swing

DV (1.14)
A structural film experiment as season greeting: A woman pushes a small boy on a swing. The image is engulfed by random patterns of light. Repeat.

Ryszard Dabek, Swing, DV (1.14)

Ryszard Dabek, Swing, DV (1.14)

SIDE ROOM / TREE

Perry Combover

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