5 by 5 by 5 by 5 by 5
5 Artists across 5 mediums each submit 5 works in a 5” by 5” format
Curated by Kristin D'Agostino
28 September – 25 October 2015
Early this year, I curated a show reflecting on the asymmetrical possibilities of the single earring and resulted in a show called “Symmetry is the Work of the Devil”. In conversation with artists, I realised that others have been fascinated by this issue and responded through their practice. So, I am interested in a group project about asymmetry and how different artists approach the topic.
5 artists across 5 mediums contributed one work each week for 5 weeks. Each work measured (or fit into) a 5inch by 5inch square/cube. The process was posted via images to a private blog that the 5 artists were able to access. The resulting work were on display during the Wunderruma satellite event called Wundeweek. Thursday 16th - 20th July, Studio One Toi Tu.
Craig Foltz lives Auckland, writes experimental fiction/poetry with a strong photographic bent. http://www.craigfoltz.com/
Jon Pack lives in Brooklyn and takes a mean photograph. http://www.jonpack.com/
Lauren Winstone lives in Auckland and her ceramics give me pause. http://laurenwinstone.co.nz/index.php?/project/studies-in-thickening/
Shelton Walsmith lives in Brooklyn paints, draws, photographs and films a world I would like to inhabit. http://www.sheltonwalsmith.com/
Kristin D'Agostino lives in Auckland, is a contemporary jeweller, recently fascinated with the single earring and different cultural implications this asymmetrical adornment can represent. She is a founding member of the Jewellers Guild of Greater Sandringham. http://kristindagostino.com/
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