Thursday 15 October – Wednesday 28 October 2015
The website introduction to this exhibition begins with Process is an exhibition by emerging maker Luke Batten. Process explores Luke Batten’s furniture design; revealing finished products and detailing the process underpinned in their creation. From idea to production, audiences are invited to explore and reflect upon the development method unique to each product. There is subtly suggested through this that ideation is not only a means to an end, but an art-form in its own right. Process is a rare and hands-on glimpse into the creative mind.”
In the space there are pieces of furniture that walk the viewer through the way furniture is designed and constructed. It was fun to be able to touch, press on and examine the work Luke has done The wall panels explain and illustrate the way Luke and his ilk do the work to create functional and well designed furniture. I love it when a gallery like this gives space to an exploration of a single creative’s work.
Web site page
There is a wonderful small space for art exhibitions in Federation Square called No Vacancy. Recently there was an exhibition by Julian Martin. The works were beautiful with a velvety look about them with indistinct edges and earthy colours. There is a great website that shows his work in delightful samples. See the link below.