An arty arvo

A couple of weekends ago I spent a delightful afternoon at the charming Fremantle Arts Centre. More often than I like to admit, I have walked away from exhibitions feeling a deficiency in artistic knowledge has prevented me from completely understanding and enjoying the works. This time, however, I came out utterly satisfied and inspired by some captivating works:

Tanya Lee: Personal Space
A humorous exploration of self-imposed boundaries in suburbia.

Michaela Gleave: A Day is Longer Than a Year
A fun, immersive installation for all ages and artistic orientation.

Take 12: City of Fremantle Art Collection
Dynamically composed engaging collection of thought-provoking short films.

And because I am a bit of an architecture nerd I’m interested in the works of Nina Juniper, an Artist in Residence (Studio 5) who “explores ideas of architectural space, the public realm and spatial history. Through the analysis of socio-architectural interactions and the materiality of architectural space, her work describes places of transit and dysfunction.” She wasn’t in the day I visited. Shucks, will have to head down to FAC again soon.

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