Exhibitions / ...build me a city

09.11.2012 to 08.12.2012

Build me a City—an exploration of the Architecture Museum archives by seven artists—is a collaboration between the Architecture Museum at the University of South Australia and the Australian Experimental Art Foundation.
 
It features the artists Jacobus Capone, Kirsten Coelho, Nici Cumpston, Nicholas Folland, Lily Hibberd, Sandra Selig and Sera Waters who’ve delved into the rich collection of the Architecture Museum at the University of South Australia and used it as a springboard to explore the living history of different sites or expose and reinterpret objects and images, many of which that have lain for many years in the Museum’s collections, unseen except by scholars and archivists.
 
Curated by Vivonne Thwaites with Christine Garnaut, the exhibition is accompanied by a twenty-four page full-colour catalogue including an essay by Ruth Fazakerley.

a link to the catalogue (pdf) can be found via the aeaf website: http://aeaf.org.au/exhibitions/18_BMAC.html

 

...build me a city (install) 2012 by Sera Waters

...build me a city (install)  2012

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The Sun Connection 2012 by Sera Waters

The Sun Connection  2012

linen, video, cotton, glow-in-the-dark cotton, lace, card, stuffing, steps

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Ectoplasmic ancestors 2012 by Sera Waters

Ectoplasmic ancestors  2012

lace, cotton, string, leather, mirror, photographs

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Spire for One (listening to the light) 2012 by Sera Waters

Spire for One (listening to the light)  2012

Perspex, string, light, headphones, lino

Spire approximately 90cm x 40cm

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