Here are some shots from Mend, which finishes this Sunday at Mr. Kitly, Brunswick. 

(Hand made wooden spoon by Eugene Howard)

(Wheel thrown bowl by John Papworth (AUS) 1970's)

All of the chips left over from the repairs

Instal shot

(L-R Jessica Hans vase, Kate Hill Yarra River cup, Keiko Matsui)

(L-R Willow pattern plate, Shino Takeda bowl)

Lonsdale street clay

dig number three


Craig and I went back to the dig site today in Eltham for the third dig. The winter dig. Everything is oozing moisture and the hole was completely full of water. The birds were going crazy and the acacias are bursting. I emptied the hole of it's water and watched as the surrounding earth repelled the water I bucketed onto it, and trickled back into the hole again. We went down to the river and upon return, the hole was full. 


time as a raw material

"His (Guattari's) definition is ideally applicable to the practices of the contemporary artists who create and stage life-structures that include working methods and ways of life, rather than the concrete objects that once defined the field of art. They use time as a raw material."

Bourriaud, N 2002, Relational aesthetics, Les presses du réel, France.



Opening: Friday 8th August, 6pm
Dates: 8-25th August
Mr. Kitly, Melbourne. 

Words and information about the show here