(accaonline.org.au) Berlin based artist Thea Djordjadze sculptures are situated between form and anti-form, a combination of stable structures and fragile, gestural renderings typically exhibited together in a carefully choreographed setting. Here, she speaks about her practice prior to the opening of Sculptural Matter at ACCA.
11 August - 23 September 2012
Including video and photography, cast and found forms, installations and assemblages, Sculptural Matter explores a sculptural way of thinking and making from both a historical and contemporary perspective. It includes such iconic works as Richard Serra 's Hand Catching Lead (1968) and Alina Szapocznikow's Photosculptures (1971) and new works by contemporary artists, Thea Djordjadze, Nairy Baghramian, Carol Bove, Gabriel Kuri, Sarah Lucas, Shahryar Nashat, and Tatiana Trouve.
Video Production: Emma Sullivan