30 April – 21 May 2016
Opening event | Saturday 30 April 6pm
Performance event | Saturday 21 May 4pm
If you drop a stone into a quiet pond, waves spread out over the surface of the water…A scientist would say that a tossed stone has energy, and that water waves can carry some of this energy to a floating stick. Energy has many forms, but it is not something that you can see or hold in your hand. You can think of energy as something that can make things change.
– Ira M. Freeman, 1965 All About Light and Radiation. Random House: New York, 51.
Sandra Selig (Sydney, 1972) is an artist who lives and works in Brisbane. Her recent solo exhibitions include: outsides, Milani Gallery, Brisbane 2016; light gets in, Milani Gallery, Brisbane 2012; enough, Sarah Cottier Gallery, Sydney 2012; be some other material, Artspace, Sydney 2011. Sandra has exhibited widely in group exhibitions including: Kaleidoscopic Turn, National Gallery of Victoria 2015; Luminous, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 2015; Framed Movements, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, 2014; Contemporary Australia: Women, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane 2012; Sonic Spheres, Tarrawarra Museum of Art, Victoria, 2012 and Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Before and After Science, (with Leighton Craig), Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide 2010.
READ Nathan Shepherdson’s text: 33 attempts in remembering 3 things i can’t remember
Image: Sandra Selig pattern ghost 2016, installation view Boxcopy.