BSA Project Space | A Fabled Object
A small object show featuring the work of Marie J Engelsvold (Denmark), Lynda Draper, Susie Duggin, Marian Hosking, Peta Kruger, Sarah Lindner, Kate Tucker and Kat Shapiro Wood.
Image: ‘Olive Pink Vessel’ by Marian Hosking
The BSA Project Space is showcasing another great line up of artists working across a range of mediums in an exhibition called A Fabled Object. The eight participating artists were invited to make any object that could fit through the door of the BSA Project Space.
One of the exhibition curators, artist Susie Duggin explains “The artists brought together for this show are all long held heroes of mine who work in the realm of the object and play with the line between object and sculptural painting. Most work across multiple mediums and materials and have put together their ‘fabled’ objects that traverse the mythical and earthly and show the importance of story to enhancing a life well lived.”
This is a rare chance to see work that has not been shown in the region before including the work of Danish artist Marie J Engelsvold and renowned Australian jeweller Marian Hosking.
About the BSA Project Space
The BSA Project Space is a re-adapted industrial workshop used as an exhibition space by the Byron School of Art, based in Mullumbimby NSW. The BSA Project Space is both a springboard for students of the BSA who wish to gain experience in exhibiting, and a venue available for hire to the general public through a submission process. The BSA Project Space is now open for exhibition proposals for 2018. View the BSA exhibition calendar here.