Join PICA’s current artists in residence, Chelsea Hopper, Liang Luscombe and Lucy Moore on a tour through their studios at 6pm with PICA curator, Leigh Robb.
Clock Tower Studio
For the last two years or so, Chelsea Hopper has wanted to realise a project on failure. Failure is something fundamental not only to art but to human conduct too. When we speak sometimes we speak our loudest when we mis-communicate.
Lucy Kumara Moore
Lucy Moore’s practice negotiates patterns of experience and memory through constellations of object, image and film. Making work might involve transforming an existing image or collected object, or repeating a remembered activity. Each work involves recollection (of a very recent or long distant event), but the use of gesture, whether to change the appearance of something, to reconfigure it or to repeat a particular process, interrupts this recollection with its own agency: memories are often filtered through the structures which construct them anew each time they are recalled.
Although primarily a painter, 2010 has seen Liang Luscombe’s work expand into more varied disciplines such as performance and installation. Specifically using various types of materials in order to question the concept of value and value systems, she is concerned with the way that value is created and or exchanged.