Sugar, Sugar

- curated by Megan Fizell, 2013

Exhibition Install
Sugar, Sugar 2013
Exhibition Install
Sugar, Sugar 2013
Exhibition Install
Sugar, Sugar 2013
Exhibition Install
Sugar, Sugar 2013
 
Mylyn Nguyen
'Chickens don't live in the mountains because their feet get too cold', said Yeti
Mylyn Nguyen
Polar bear is moving
Mylyn Nguyen
Snowman just waits, and waits
Mylyn Nguyen
The Big Prawn will know where he is
 
Shelley Miller
Velocity
Elizabeth Willing
Goosebump
Janet Tavener
Victorian banquet (installation photo)
Janet Tavener
Berry Flummery
 
Janet Tavener
Chicken Pie
Janet Tavener
Pineapple Ice cream
Janet Tavener
Prawn Salad
Janet Tavener
Asparagus Pie
 
Mylyn Nguyen
We must find Yeti, he will know what to do
Mylyn Nguyen
A home made of roses
Irianna Kanellopoulou
Eat Me
Claire McArdle
Gilty (before/during/after)
 
Judith Klausner
Oreo Cameo #10
Judith Klausner
Oreo Cameo #9
Judith Klausner
Oreo Cameo #3
Matina Bourmas
Gifting
 
Claire Anna Watson
The Falling
Stephanie Jones
The Traceries II
Stephanie Jones
The Traceries III
Stephanie Jones
The Traceries V
 
Elizabeth Willing
Mouth Cup
Elizabeth Willing
Dessert (II)
Elizabeth Willing
Dessert (II)
Elizabeth Willing
Dessert (II)
 

Sugar, Sugar

1 to 19 October 2013

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This exhibition will feature contemporary art made exclusively with sugar by ten female artists. By embodying the ephemeral nature of the substance, many of the installations will only last for the duration of the exhibition.

As a species, we are predisposed to seek out sugar to supplement our diet. ?Sweet tooth? and ?sugar rush? are colloquial phrases used to describe our bodies? cravings for and reaction to the substance. Our inclination to seek out the sweet stuff speaks to the pervasiveness of sugar in the visual arts.

Artists include Matina Bourmas, Irianna Kanellopoulou, Judith Klausner, Stephanie Jones, Claire McArdle, Shelley Miller, Mylyn Nguyen, Janet Tavener, Claire Anna Watson and Elizabeth Willing.

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