In London in 1910 Sundari Carmody's Great Aunt along with several other women from WA, joined in the 'Great march' of the suffragettes under a flag bearing the emblem of a black swan. Carmody’s enigmatic reenactment charts a space which is less political and more experiential.
The Mute World is about objects that inspire awe and wonder and how these things interact with objects that are small, nebulous and useless. It aims to create a tension between the beautiful and the almost beautiful, the meaningful and the meaningless, the formed and the unformed. It celebrates the anti-heroic object and attempts to dissolve classifications and hierarchical value associated with different kinds of “things”.
TREEspace is a new FELTspace initiative and exhibiting space in our front tree. Allowing an unusual experimental outdoor place for emerging artists to show more site specific work by invitation.