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Date & time
22nd of November 2014 at 10:00am
until the 26th of January 2015 at 5:00pm
22nd Nov 2014 10:00am
until 26th Jan 2015 at 5:00pm
1 Finnerty Street Fremantle WA, 6160
From frozen spheres of marine rubbish to a voyage in two ancient boats, Horizon will make you rethink WA’s coastline.
Inspired by international organisation The Clipperton Project, Fremantle Arts Centre will exhibit the work of 17 artists who have responded to different aspects of the WA coastline, the horizon and ideas of exploration and adventure.
Their diverse works include a recharting of Austrian botanist Carl von Hügel’s whirlwind trip through WA in 1834 (Rebecca Mayo), the building of ancient coracle boats (Snapcat), an installation exploring caravanning grey nomads (Susanna Castleden), a large pasted map (Nien Schwarz), photography charting migration, identity and settlement (Sonal Kantaria) and majestic photographs of rubbish which has been frozen into balls and placed in-situ on WA’s southern beaches (Tim Pearn).
Big Barge Arts Centre - Emma Washer (Cocos Islands)
Bruce Bradfield (WA)
Susanna Castleden (WA)
Dave Carson & Paul Houghton (WA)
Jo Darbyshire (WA)
Michele Elliot (NSW)
Teelah George (WA)
Sonal Kantaria (UK)
Rebecca Mayo (VIC)
Tim Pearn (WA)
Perdita Phillips (WA)
Shane Pickett (WA)
Snapcat - Renae Coles & Anna Dunnill (WA)
Vanessa Russ (WA)
Nien Schwarz (WA)
Opening Fri 21 Nov | 6:30pm | Bar Open | Free
Runs Sat 22 Nov – Mon 26 Jan | Main Gallery