2 black and white photo portraits of lady
Calendar, December 19, January 2020, November 19, October 19

Visual Arts: Screen Space – Sue Ford

12 Oct – 13 Jan @ Art Gallery of WA ·
Presented by Art Gallery of WA ·

Part of Sue Ford’s iconic Time series 1962-1974 and her video work Faces 1976-1996, is displayed in  Screen Space for the first time since acquisition.

Ford’s images of her subjects taken ten, twenty and thirty years apart were a key photographic and  a deeply feminist gesture which changed the way Australian photographers saw and conceptualised their work.

Ford’s career was marked by experimentation with photographic, film, print and multimedia techniques, all processes driven by her interest in what has been termed ‘the politics of representation’. The film Faces, one of the first films she made in the early 1970s, paralleled the photographic side-by-side method and included, once again, her friends and associates across two decades. For the 1996 part Ford collaborated with her son Ben.

More info
W: artgallery.wa.gov.au/whats-on/exhibitions/screen-space-sue-ford
E:  admin@artgallery.wa.gov.au

Pictured:
Sue Ford Time series 1 1962-1974 (detail). Silver gelatin photographs, 11 x 8 cm each (6 x diptych).  State Art Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia.

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Screen Space Kimsooja
April 18, Calendar, February 18, March 18, May 18, Visual arts

Visual Arts: Screen Space – Kimsooja

10 February – 21 May @ The Art Gallery of WA ∙
Presented by: AGWA ∙

This major piece in the Gallery’s collection, Sewing into Walking, by the Korean artist twins with her solo presentation at the Perth Institute for Contemporary Arts for the Perth International Arts Festival. The mid-1990s multi-media installation extends reflects her long term interest in the use of fabric, with its traces of the human body and the political realms we live and struggle within.

More info: http://www.artgallery.wa.gov.au/exhibitions/screen-space-kimsooja.asp

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