SUBMISSIONS ARE OPEN NOW FOR ART + OBJECTS FOR OUR POPULAR ANNUAL PRE-LOVED RE-LOVED EXHIBITION
Sefton Rani's work involves the concept of “urban tapa” which is taking the traditional form of tapa and reenergising it with modern materials, methods and motifs that reflect the contemporary environment we live in. His work is primarily created with the use of paint skins where paint is applied on
glass or plastic and when dry, peeled off and collaged to form layers that represent time and the history of the object or surface.
double-knotted shoelace, is Trixi Rosa’s first solo exhibition and also the title of her debut poetry collection, recently published by Swimming with Elephants Press (USA). This exhibition is an intricate dialogue between selected poems from the book alongside their responding artworks. Through written work, performance and immersive audio-visual installation, the artist exposes bone in an act of self-suture. Using personal narrative to carve an awkward inquiry into the intersections of identity, place, intimacy and shame.
Depot Artspace’s first Pre-loved Re-loved exhibition, an exciting project inspired by our local community, was held in 2014 to assist owners to find a new home for their once-loved fine art and objects. We are excited to re-introduce the exhibition in February 2021. You can expect to see a large variety of art works including painting, ceramics, photography, sculpture and more, available for sale at the Depot directly from their previous owners.