White Air Anatomy - Julia McInerney

Opening - 12:00 AM - Wednesday, 6th of February

Artist Talk - 6:00 PM

Running - 6 Feb 2013 - 23 Feb 2013

Having spent two months undertaking a residency in Reykjavik, Iceland, in 2012, Adelaide based artist Julia McInerney has produced a body of sculptural work accompanied by a written text, exploring the space that arises there between. White Air Anatomy is a collection of parallel-arrived-at-reconfigurations of being in direct contact with Iceland as an environment and atmosphere, varied, and unique to its own.

Julia McInerney is an Adelaide based artist, graduating from the Adelaide Central School of Art with a Bachelor of Visual Art with Honours in 2011. Since, Julia has exhibited at Odradek - The Australian Experimental Art Foundation, in collaboration with Tom Squires for their show Pome, and undertaken a studio residency through Samband íslenskra Myndlistarmanna, (The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists), in Reykjavik, Iceland, from July- September - a project which was funded by a Carclew Youth Arts Project and Development Grant. Whilst in Iceland Julia was involved in the exhibitions Northern Projects and Weathers (More Than One at the Same Point and The Same Time), both at SIM Gallery in Reykjavik. Julia is currently preparing for a solo show, White Air Anatomy, at Felt Space and a solo show at CACSA Project Space in 2013.