STUDIOS

2019 One Year Studio Artists

Club Ate

Club Ate is a collective formed in 2014 by multi-form artists Justin Shoulder and Bhenji Ra. Their practice traverses video, performance and club events with an emphasis on community activation. Collaborating with members of the queer Asia Pacific diaspora in Australia and the Philippines, the collective are invested in creating their own Future Folklore.

Chris Dolman

Chris Dolman uses the formalist tropes of modernism with incongruent and self-deprecating humour. Moving across painting, printmaking, ceramics and video, and drawing on influences of art history, cartoons and comic strips, Dolman employs nontraditional self-portraiture, still life and interior motifs to present absurd psychological narratives.

Abdullah M.I. Syed

Abdullah M. I. Syed is a Pakistani-born contemporary artist living and working between Sydney, Karachi and New York. He utilises a variety of mediums and techniques including drawing, sculpture, video installations, performance and texts to examine economies, structures, and performances of power in their myriad forms.

Salote Tawale

Salote Tawale was born in Suva, Fiji Islands and grew up in the South Eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. The inherent conflict of being from a mixed heritage (Fiji and Australia), that simultaneously includes and excludes Tawale from a dominant post-colonial Australia, is a significant consideration in her arts practice.

Jelena Telecki

Jelena Telecki is interested in representation in painting and sculpture. Installation plays an important part in creating a dialogue between painting and sculpture and is used as a means of articulating her sense of personal and shared narratives, internal and the external.

Marian Tubbs

Marian Tubbs is an artist living and working on Gadigal land. Her broad research interests include vision technologies, poor materialities and language or text in art.

Lauren Brincat

Lauren Brincat is an artist who works across diverse media from video and performance to sculpture and installation. By distancing us from a logical, direct, language-based understanding, her work opens the door to multiple perspectives and interpretations.

2017 Studio Artist Justene William's Artspace Studio. Photo: Jessica Maurer


Artspace One Year Studio Archive

20 Feb - 20 Feb 2020

Club Ate

20 Feb - 20 Feb 2019

Lauren Brincat

20 Feb - 20 Feb 2020

Chris Dolman

20 Feb - 20 Feb 2020

Abdullah M.I. Syed

20 Feb - 20 Feb 2020

Salote Tawale

20 Feb - 20 Feb 2020

Jelena Telecki

20 Feb - 20 Feb 2020

Marian Tubbs