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Setting Scenes

Visual Arts - Solo Exhibition


Type Of Work


  • Visual Arts - Solo Exhibition

Abstract


  • Developed collaboratively by Agnieszka Golda and Martin Johnson Setting Scenes is a large-scale mixed media installation. Encompassing two rooms Setting Scenes draws on fragmented narratives, immersive and ritualistic modes of installation art, traditional European folklore practices and the contemporary, globalised popular culture of Japanese anime. Bending towards the otherworldly, Golda and Johnson harnesses the material qualities of painted and hand-made textiles and wooden sculptural forms to create a multi-sensory environment for the audience to immerse into. Setting Scenes aims to negotiate the systems of knowledge that determine the fixed boundaries between the visible and the invisible, the animate and the inanimate, and the material and the immaterial.

Publication Date


  • 2014

Citation


  • A. Golda & M. V. Johnson 2014 Setting Scenes Red Gallery Contemporary Art Space Mebourne, Victoria, Australia Red Gallery Contemporary Art Space 21 May – 7 June 2014 http://ro.uow.edu.au/lhapapers/3194 http://redgallery.com.au/21-may-7-june-agnieszka-golda-martin-johnson-setting-scenes/

Ro Metadata Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/lhapapers/3194

Date Of Exhibition


  • 21 May – 7 June 2014

Url


  • http://redgallery.com.au/21-may-7-june-agnieszka-golda-martin-johnson-setting-scenes/

Venue


  • Red Gallery Contemporary Art Space

Place Of Publication


  • Mebourne, Victoria, Australia

Type Of Work


  • Visual Arts - Solo Exhibition

Abstract


  • Developed collaboratively by Agnieszka Golda and Martin Johnson Setting Scenes is a large-scale mixed media installation. Encompassing two rooms Setting Scenes draws on fragmented narratives, immersive and ritualistic modes of installation art, traditional European folklore practices and the contemporary, globalised popular culture of Japanese anime. Bending towards the otherworldly, Golda and Johnson harnesses the material qualities of painted and hand-made textiles and wooden sculptural forms to create a multi-sensory environment for the audience to immerse into. Setting Scenes aims to negotiate the systems of knowledge that determine the fixed boundaries between the visible and the invisible, the animate and the inanimate, and the material and the immaterial.

Publication Date


  • 2014

Citation


  • A. Golda & M. V. Johnson 2014 Setting Scenes Red Gallery Contemporary Art Space Mebourne, Victoria, Australia Red Gallery Contemporary Art Space 21 May – 7 June 2014 http://ro.uow.edu.au/lhapapers/3194 http://redgallery.com.au/21-may-7-june-agnieszka-golda-martin-johnson-setting-scenes/

Ro Metadata Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/lhapapers/3194

Date Of Exhibition


  • 21 May – 7 June 2014

Url


  • http://redgallery.com.au/21-may-7-june-agnieszka-golda-martin-johnson-setting-scenes/

Venue


  • Red Gallery Contemporary Art Space

Place Of Publication


  • Mebourne, Victoria, Australia