ST PAUL St Gallery cordially invites you to the opening of the following
In My Empty House - Ruark Lewis with Loma Bridge
ST PAUL St Gallery One
Bricolage Disco - Wade Marynowsky
ST PAUL St Gallery Two
26 November – 23 December, 2010
Opening: Thursday, 25 November, 2010, 5:30 pm
Artist Talk: Wade Marynowsky, Thursday, 25 November, 4:30 pm (before the
opening), Gallery Two
Performance: Ruark Lewis Epigrams and Defiant Dialogues, Thursday, 25 November
(during the opening), Gallery One
Artist Talk: Ruark Lewis with Loma Bridge, Saturday, 27 November, 12:30 pm,
ST PAUL St Gallery is pleased to present two exhibitions from Sydney based
artists Ruark Lewis, Loma Bridge and Wade Marynowsky, exploring aspects and acts
of accumulation and shedding, cluttering and decluttering.
Gallery One will feature Ruark Lewis’ work In My Empty House made with
experimental film maker Loma Bridge. This installation performs a dual
examination of the home environment of his friends Alex and Vivienne Kondos, and
their lifelong academic engagement with Nepalese and Hindu culture. Using film,
photography, textual transcriptions and sound In My Empty House explores
multiple ideas of existence and the nature of households. Ruark Lewis will
perform from Epigrams and Defiant Dialogues, with a newly commissioned sound
design by Sydney composer Rik Rue at the opening event.
Across the foyer in Gallery Two, Wade Marynowsky’s work Bricolage Disco is
activated by an opposing movement towards accumulation. Collecting obsolete
technology over his month long residency period, Marynowsky has combined these
objects to create choreography of machines, sound and light, activated through
the intervention of digital technology. At 4:30 pm on 25 November, Marynowsky
will talk about his art practice and the work Bricolage Disco at ST PAUL St as
well as sharing inside technical information on how he used Arduino, relay
switches and MAX/msp.
In My Empty House and Bricolage Disco are supported by the NSW Government,
Australia through Arts NSW. In My Empty House has received additional support
from the Janet Holmes a Court Artists' Grant, a NAVA initiative, made possible
through the generous sponsorship of Mrs Janet Holmes a Court and through the
support of the Visual Arts Board, Australia Council for the Arts. Bricolage
Disco is the outcome of a artist residency jointly funded by ST PAUL St and
Left: Ruark Lewis, 2010
Right: Wade Marynowsky, Celtic Frost, 2010, found acoustic guitar, motor,
smashed mirrors, glue.
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