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MAPPING OUR OWN FUTURE
Mapping Our Own Future is a weekly series of virtual exhibitions
curated from Arts Project Australia’s stockroom. 

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Engaging with the works in this collection requires the ability to be still in the act of seeing; to consume line, space, colour and texture and consider shape and form, allowing the underlying quality or feeling to be taken in like breath. There is a great deal of power in the act of simply observing and absorbing; slowing down and shifting from rapid patterns of thought to a more focused and streamlined state. 

Featuring work by Julian Martin, Christopher Sahyoun, Jacob Cartelli, Phillip Truett, Robin Warren,
Sam Forster, Rebecca ScibiliaFulli Andrinopoulos, Alvaro Alvarez and Kaye McDonald.

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This exhibition brings together Samraing Chea’s recent coloured pencil drawings which blend his uncanny skill for recalling images from factual books, found images and animated movies. Themes are wide-ranging and often mysterious, begging the question; where does it come from? Samraing’s answer is often as cryptic as the drawings themselves, yet these comic narratives reveal a deep insight into his sentimental love of popular culture, Americana and the urban environment he lives in.  

Chea has worked in the studio at Arts Project Australia since 2011.

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LOVE FROM THE STUDIO
Love from the Studio is a series of interviews and articles
bringing you behind the scenes of Arts Project Australia. 
Amani Tia, Not titled, 2015, ink on paper, 25 x 17.5cm, AT15-0007
 

MARK SMITH ON NATURE’S DETAILS


In this interview, Mark Smith discusses a recent small-scale landscape work inspired by his daily bike-ride. Smith discusses creating landscapes from his imagination and speaks on the imperative individuality of each branch and leaf.
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Purchase a gift certificate and let your loved one, friend or colleague choose for themselves! They can browse our diverse online shop and select the perfect piece from over 700 artworks, publications, artist zines and custom items.
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All artworks are available for sale. 60% of sales go to directly to artists and 40% of sales go to APA to support our studio and artists.  All artworks can either be mailed or stored safely. Limited collection times available. 
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