Kimberley Pace investigates the in-between conditions of the corporeal body. The Perth based artist employs a multidisciplinary studio approach involving garment, object, body, performance and sound. Finding that the body is unfixed, permeable and penetrable, Pace will use her residency to explore how the viewer’s gaze contributes to these ambiguous thresholds of the body. She asks, how do the indefinable margins of the body simultaneously entice and repel us?
Kimberley Pace (WA)
Artist in Residence | 2 August – 4 September
- Open Studio Night
Tuesday 23 August, 6pm
Open Studio Night is PICA’s most popular series of artist talks that connect you with our current studio residents.
Join us as we are taken inside the artist studios with Francis Russell, a sessional academic at Curtin University where he teaches visual culture and cultural studies.