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Mapping Our Own Future is a weekly series of virtual exhibitions
curated from Arts Project Australia’s stockroom. 
Neither here nor there
In this week’s group exhibition, Arts Project reflects on the 'COVID-hump' that has resulted in collective ambivalence. Questions abound about whether to stay home or go out, to remain in the digital realm or connect in person. Our longing to race back into the world has waned as we remain suspended in a state of hypervigilance.

The artwork selected touches on notions of uncertainty and longing. Collections of emotive digital prints are juxtaposed with highly tactile and visceral handmade objects, forcing the viewer to reflect on feelings of ambivalence in this historic moment.

Featuring work by Alan Constable, Ruth Howard, Miles Howard-Wilks, James MacSporran, Chris O'Brien, Georgia Szmerling, Lachlan Turk and Terry Williams.

Visit our latest exhibition via the link below, view or download PDF here.
Alex Baker on Julian Martin
Julian Martin’s pastel works make a unique visual statement. Methodical in his approach, Martin’s vivid layering evokes a strong bodily response through representations of objects, people and scenes that delicately balance the abstract and the figurative. In this video Alex Baker, Director of Fleisher/Ollman in Philadelphia, talks through Martin’s idiosyncratic approach to pastels, as well as discussing Martin’s aesthetic and career achievements and outlining Martin’s important place in contemporary art.

Martin is represented by Fleisher/Ollman in the USA and Arts Project Australia in Australia. Please contact either gallery for more information.

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