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Birdbrain - the floor talk

20 May 2016
Friday 20 May, 1pm
Take a look inside the bird brain –Sylvia Sinel, Carole Driver and Sybille Schlumbom talk about the art and development of the exhibition Birdbrain - Dislocation is a Place.
Event type: 
Art, Exhibition
Price: 
Free
Venue: 
Calder & Lawson Gallery, University of Waikato
Address: 
Calder & Lawson Gallery, Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts , University of Waikato , Hamilton, New Zealand
Region: 
Waikato

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Take a look inside the bird brain –Sylvia Sinel, Carole Driver, Stu Bridson and Sybille Schlumbom talk about the art and development of the exhibition Birdbrain - Dislocation is a Place.

This exhibition brings together four artists that traverse with ease between cultural, geographical and emotional territories:

Stuart Bridson (NZ)

Stuart resides in Raglan in a house filled with his sculptures and paintings, surrounded by objects, textures and structures that are easily identified as the source of inspiration for his art.

Carole Driver (UK, Canada, AUS)

Carole is a global nomad whose journey has taken her from the UK to Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Sylvia Sinel (Sweden)

Swedish born Sylvia settled in Hamilton a few years back where she discovered the use of ceramics for her arts practice.

Shaun Tan (AUS)

Shaun, Melbourne based Australian illustrator of Chinese/British heritage, touches the meaning of ‘belonging’ and ‘dislocation’ in most of his works, e.g. ‘The Arrival’, ‘The Lost Thing’, ‘Tales from outer suburbia’.

German born and New Zealand based curator/artist Sybille Schlumbom a.k.a. billadonna has spent most of her life flying rather than nesting. Her work as a creative professional draws from the excitement to be lost in translation, visuals becoming the natural choice of communication.

Written by

Sybille Schlumbom a.k.a. billadonna

16 May 2016

Interests I always wanted to be an alien life form designer.But that is another story and will be told in another time at another place.