Sarah crowEST, Carolyn Eskdale, Hedwig Houben and Kiron Robinson
curated by Melissa Keys
@ SARAH SCOUT PRESENTS, Melbourne
15 November - 14 December, 2013
TUMBLEWEED METHODOLOGY: a theory of the cycle of things
solo exhibition at CRAFT Victoria, 17 October – 30 November, 2013
TUMBLEWEED METHODOLOGY: a theory of the cycle of things CATALOGUE
Available from CRAFT, limited edition with essays by Akira Akira, Charlie Sofo, Meredith Turnbull, suzie attiwill, Leanne Armodeo, Sarah crowEST and design by Carla McKee. Email DrBlotch AT sarahcrowEST.com if you would like a Pdf copy of this catalogue.
MOUND ACTIVITY now at CRAFT shop in Flinders Lane, Melbourne and at Third Drawer Down, Fitzroy. Get your mounds here - available for purchase during November.
COLOUR WITH BLOTCHWOMAN book now available from Third Drawer Down, Craft Victoria, Five Boroughs and FAT.
BLOTCHWOMAN productions - a new mercantile and publishing project launched on May 23, 2013. An inventory of sculpture destined for relocation is coming soon.
check out blotchwoman.com/
DEEP TIME, 2014
Andy Hutson, Susan Jacobs, David Mutch, Ross Taylor and Sarah crowEST
@TCB and The Royal Society of Victoria
PLINTH PROJECTS may 5 to september 30, 2013
This is an artist-run public art program, engaging the empty plinth at the centre of Melbourne's Edinburgh Gardens as a space for the exhibition of temporary public works.
Sarah crowEST, Ruth Buchanan and Adelle Mills
curated by Pip Wallis
@ GERTRUDE CONTEMPORARY, Melbourne
THE SLEEPING AND THE DEAD
Sarah crowEST, Bianca Hester and Clare Milledge
curated by Kate Barber
@ SARAH SCOUT, Melbourne 3000
link to the exhibition here
⋘ THINGSHOW ⋙
Sarah crowEST, Brooke Babington, Carla Liesch, Sam Songailo, Emily Taylor, Talitha Kennedy and Henry Jock Walker
Curated by Ben Leslie
@ FONTANELLE, Adelaide
Seven artists reflect on the way matter can trap the immeasurable movements and transformations that vibrate beneath the threshold of our perception. They allow 'things' to show themselves.
Take a STUDIO VISIT here with photography by Jake Walker.