Women’s Exhibition

 

The long-awaited The Henderson 2017 Women’s Exhibition is here.
Featuring over 80 works from 10 Amazing Artists:

Jessie Bartlett (Alice Springs)
Tatiana Sugarplum Sparkle (Sydney)
Stevie O’Chin (Brisbane)
Lily Sucic (Brisbane)
Lee George (Yubenan, Magnetic Island)
Cath Grant (Bribie Island / Sydney)
Anne-Maree Newbery (UAE)
Susan Cook (Gold Coast)
Wenz McNeil (Gold Coast)
Chloe Parker (Brisbane)
This is the most ambitious exhibition at The Henderson to date. The sheer number of works, let alone the quality reflecting the talent of the artists holds promise of a truly outstanding experience for audiences.
We are delighted to host the exhibition these 10 incredible artists.
Female artists are ludicrously underrepresented in ‘The Arts’, and this exhibition, celebrating the work of these wonderful artists, is our small contribution in addressing this issue.

Healing

This piece came about after Choreographer Tiina Alinen of Blak Dance Australia approached me to discuss collaboration. Tiina’s concept was to have me produce an image based on a single word that encapsulated the theme of her vision. I would then produce a visual piece without any further input from Tiina and without Tiina seeing or influencing the piece. From there the painting would be used to populate the imagery of the staging, set design etc. for the performance. 

 Once the piece was completed, Tiina viewed it, considered it and from there choreographed her dance piece based on how she was affected by viewing the completed painting.

Healing

This piece came about after Choreographer Tiina Alinen of Blak Dance Australia approached me to discuss collaboration. Tiina’s concept was to have me produce an image based on a single word that encapsulated the theme of her vision. I would then produce a visual piece without any further input from Tiina and without Tiina seeing or influencing the piece. From there the painting would be used to populate the imagery of the staging, set design etc. for the performance. 

 Once the piece was completed, Tiina viewed it, considered it and from there choreographed her dance piece based on how she was affected by viewing the completed painting.

Healing

This piece came about after Choreographer Tiina Alinen of Blak Dance Australia approached me to discuss collaboration. Tiina’s concept was to have me produce an image based on a single word that encapsulated the theme of her vision. I would then produce a visual piece without any further input from Tiina and without Tiina seeing or influencing the piece. From there the painting would be used to populate the imagery of the staging, set design etc. for the performance. 

 Once the piece was completed, Tiina viewed it, considered it and from there choreographed her dance piece based on how she was affected by viewing the completed painting.