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Lindsay Antrobus Evans & Liz McAuliffe: Pitched Form

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Formed Function Studio pieces blur the boundary between art and function. They are manipulated and altered to manifest an aesthetic that combines the design elements and botanical interests of sculptor Lindsay Antrobus Evans with the skill and drive of carver/painter Liz McAuliffe.

Lindsay Antrobus Evans & Liz McAuliffe: Pitched Form

Vernacular Lounge

Formed Function Studio pieces blur the boundary between art and function. They are manipulated and altered to manifest an aesthetic that combines the design elements and botanical interests of sculptor Lindsay Antrobus Evans with the skill and drive of carver/painter Liz McAuliffe.

Shelby Farmer: Tracing Space

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Shelby Farmer is a Visual Arts graduate from AUT University. Her artistic practice is a balance of eclectic media; sculpture and painting, interacting to traverse the space between two-dimensional and three-dimensional mediums to enhance the viewer’s perception of space.

Shelby Farmer: Tracing Space

Vernacular Lounge

Shelby Farmer is a Visual Arts graduate from AUT University. Her artistic practice is a balance of eclectic media; sculpture and painting, interacting to traverse the space between two-dimensional and three-dimensional mediums to enhance the viewer’s perception of space.

Brendan Kitto: Night Vision

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Night Vision is a new series revealing hidden truths about the nature of graffiti, presenting an insider’s view into the underground world of street art.

Brendan Kitto: Night Vision

Vernacular Lounge

Night Vision is a new series revealing hidden truths about the nature of graffiti, presenting an insider’s view into the underground world of street art.

Gond Artists: Beasts and Birds Curated by Kate Potter

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In a departure from the usual exhibitions held in the Vernacular Lounge the Depot Artspace is pleased to host a show which features the work of Madhya Pradesh-based Gond artists, Bhajju Shyam, Ram Singh Urveti, Durga Bai, Rajendra Shyam and Dilip Shyam.

Gond Artists: Beasts and Birds Curated by Kate Potter

Vernacular Lounge

In a departure from the usual exhibitions held in the Vernacular Lounge the Depot Artspace is pleased to host a show which features the work of Madhya Pradesh-based Gond artists, Bhajju Shyam, Ram Singh Urveti, Durga Bai, Rajendra Shyam and Dilip Shyam.