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Haefligers Cottage

1 - 28 September 2018

Adam John Cullen's practice is based in sculptural installation and employs an archaeological methodology, exploring the economic, social and personal histories of material. Cullen's Hill End residency will be predominately research based, focusing on an in depth investigation into the commodity exchange of the region while exploring the narratives and material use of the Wiradjuri peoples through to the Gold Rush and the present day community of Hill End.

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 IMAGES: (L to R) Adam John Cullen, Certain Remnants, 2017, (detail) Primavera 2017: Young Australian Artists, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney, Hydrostone, plaster, oxide, cotton, marble, limestone. Image courtesy the artist and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia © the artist, photograph: Jessica Maurer. Adam John Cullen, dissolve, 2017, (installation) Gertrude Contemporary Glasshouse, Rosetta Stone backpack, horizon/flood line, hydrostone, plaster, steel, tube sock, loon print cushions, tiles cast from Tiffany platter, Stussy t-shirt, cotton sheets, Cootamundra t-shirt, chain, necklace, coral, raw silk suit pants, old work, trials , souvenirs and a woolen jumper. Photography Christo Crocker. Adam John Cullen, dissolve, 2017, (detail) Gertrude Contemporary Glasshouse, Rosetta Stone backpack, horizon/flood line, hydrostone, plaster, steel, tube sock, loon print cushions, tiles cast from Tiffany platter, Stussy t-shirt, cotton sheets, Cootamundra t-shirt, chain, necklace, coral, raw silk suit pants, old work, trials , souvenirs and a woolen jumper. Photography Christo Crocker. MENU IMAGE: Adam John Cullen, Certain Remnants, 2017, (installation) Primavera 2017: Young Australian Artists, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney, 2017, Hydrostone, plaster, oxide, cotton, marble, limestone. Image courtesy the artist and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia © the artist, photograph: Jessica Maurer.