A living studio exhibition
Foyer Gallery > 22 March – 28 April 2019
Opening night | 6pm Friday 22 March 2019
This living studio is an opportunity for artist S.A. Adair to inhabit an alternative space and develop work on a larger scale. The resonance of an environment and how we engage with it, occupy it and manoeuvre through it interests Adair as a point of exploration. The artist will bring a limited range of material to work with including stone, charred wood and drawing implements and work with methods of construction and placement to develop ideas. The process will direct the outcome, the scale will be determined by the size of the space and completion of the work shaped by the residency time period.
About S.A. Adair >
S.A. Adair works across disciplines, incorporating sculpture, installation, drawing and printmaking in her practice. Her work responds to the spaces we inhabit by exploring the physical, emotional and psychological undercurrents of personal engagement. Adair attained a Bachelor of Fine Arts from UNSW Art and Design and a Bachelor of Visual Arts (honours) from the ANU School of Art & Design. Adair has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions locally and interstate, including Sculpture by the Sea (2009 & 2017) and more recently her site-specific work Encasement at Canberra Museum and Gallery (for Enlighten 2018). Adair has received several grants and awards including an Australia Council Artstart Grant and the Perrier-Jouet & UNSW Sponsorship Award for her participation in Sculpture by the Sea.