julie shiels: flock

by kath_red on May 6, 2009

in Art+Design, Features

They flock together – patterns across the wall: a collection of objects cast from the empty spaces left behind in plastic packaging. Sourced from the tool box, the toy box and the domestic environment, the original moulds are the wallpaper of our daily lives – ever present but barely noticed.

julie shiels

Images: Julie Shiels, Masked, 2008 (detail), flocked plaster casts, 2 x 3.6m. Photo: John BrashJulie Shiels. On at Ararat Regional Art Gallery, Victoria, Thursday, 21 May to Sunday, 21 June 2009.

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1 Elisa May 7, 2009 at 3:22 am

Beautiful work.

2 julie May 7, 2009 at 7:36 pm

Thanks for covering the show at Ararat Gallery. Hip crafter, Tamara Marwood will be sharing the space with her exhibition ‘Handcrafted Landscape’. Both are domestic works, her’s are soft and tawny and mine are lairy and loud so we hope it makes for interesting viewing.

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