1 - 28 November 2019
During her residency, Byron fibre artist Zimmi Forest will explore the local environment and research historical records in search of the use of plant fibre in the objects of day-to-day life of Hill Ends past. Zimmi will draw on her knowledge & skills as a maker to create a series of woven sculptural pieces that references the landscape and materials that reflects aspects of Hill Ends history.
IMAGES: (L to R) CAMILLA HANNAN As the Bough Breaks (installation View) dual headphone audio. Part of easy listening, curated by Philippa Veitch 2013 Westspace. Photo: Mathew Stanton. CAMILLA HANNAN & MARTINE COROMPT Melt (Installation view) Jewell Station More Art 2015, animation, spatial audio. Image Courtesy of the artist. CAMILLA HANNAN Brunswick Baths July 2017 Field Recording in situ. Image Courtesy of the artist.
MENU IMAGE: 4. CAMILLA HANNAN Train Tracks Northern Territory, field Recordings in situ, 2016. Image Courtesy of the artist.