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TarraWarra Biennial 2018: From Will to Form

The 6th TarraWarra Biennial, From Will to Form, will explore the ways human will can be expressed in physical form.
 
Stemming from the idea that art is ‘not a matter of reproducing or inventing forms, but of capturing forces’, this exhibition considers how the wild, intangible forces that animate behaviour might be present within an artwork.
 
Established in 2006 as a platform for identifying new contemporary and cutting-edge work, the TarraWarra Biennial has become a major forum for artistic expression in Australia.
 
For the TarraWarra Biennial 2018, 23 artists and one artist group from across Australia will present anarchic and persistent energies in a range of sculpture, painting, performance and film works. For some, ‘will’ is drawn from a relationship to ‘country’ and earth, for others it is located in the depths of the psyche, while other works highlight the role of the body as both a conduit or concealer of wilful forces.
 
This Biennial will feature several major new work commissions, a range of performance events, artists’ talks and a comprehensive catalogue developed specifically for this exhibition, providing diverse audiences with a variety of contemporary art experiences.
 
TarraWarra Biennial 2018 From Will to Form artists:
 
Belle Bassin (VIC); Vicki Couzens (VIC); Naomi Eller (VIC); artists from the Erub Arts (Torres Strait); Starlie Geikie (VIC); Agatha Gothe-Snape (NSW); Julie Gough (TAS); Dale Harding (QLD); Claire Lambe (VIC); Lindy Lee (NSW); Bridie Lunney (VIC); Rob McLeish (VIC); John Meade (VIC); Sanné Mestrom (VIC); Alison Murray (QLD); Michelle Nikou (SA); Kusum Normoyle (NSW); Mike Parr (NSW); Michael Snape (NSW); Hiromi Tango (NSW); Fairy Turner (WA); Michelle Ussher (NSW); Justine Varga (NSW); Isadora Vaughan (VIC);
 
TarraWarra Museum of Art with the TarraWarra Biennial 2018 exhibition, is a supporting partner of the Melbourne Art Fair 2 -5 August 2018.

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Upcoming Exhibition

TarraWarra Biennial 2018: From Will to Form

3 August - 6 November 2018

Curated by: Emily Cormack

The 6th TarraWarra Biennial, From Will to Form, will explore the ways human will can be expressed in physical form.
 
Stemming from the idea that art is ‘not a matter of reproducing or inventing forms, but of capturing forces’, this exhibition considers how the wild, intangible forces that animate behaviour might be present within an artwork.
 
Established in 2006 as a platform for identifying new contemporary and cutting-edge work, the TarraWarra Biennial has become a major forum for artistic expression in Australia.
 
For the TarraWarra Biennial 2018, 23 artists and one artist group from across Australia will present anarchic and persistent energies in a range of sculpture, painting, performance and film works. For some, ‘will’ is drawn from a relationship to ‘country’ and earth, for others it is located in the depths of the psyche, while other works highlight the role of the body as both a conduit or concealer of wilful forces.
 
This Biennial will feature several major new work commissions, a range of performance events, artists’ talks and a comprehensive catalogue developed specifically for this exhibition, providing diverse audiences with a variety of contemporary art experiences.
 
TarraWarra Biennial 2018 From Will to Form artists:
 
Belle Bassin (VIC); Vicki Couzens (VIC); Naomi Eller (VIC); artists from the Erub Arts (Torres Strait); Starlie Geikie (VIC); Agatha Gothe-Snape (NSW); Julie Gough (TAS); Dale Harding (QLD); Claire Lambe (VIC); Lindy Lee (NSW); Bridie Lunney (VIC); Rob McLeish (VIC); John Meade (VIC); Sanné Mestrom (VIC); Alison Murray (QLD); Michelle Nikou (SA); Kusum Normoyle (NSW); Mike Parr (NSW); Michael Snape (NSW); Hiromi Tango (NSW); Fairy Turner (WA); Michelle Ussher (NSW); Justine Varga (NSW); Isadora Vaughan (VIC);
 
TarraWarra Museum of Art with the TarraWarra Biennial 2018 exhibition, is a supporting partner of the Melbourne Art Fair 2 -5 August 2018.