A three-month residency at Tactile Arts has evolved into an exhibition of large multi-panel prints, capturing the internal energy and rhythms of the Top End landscape.
Winsome Jobling attempts to make visible how the natural world touches us through a multi-sensory space to enfold and enclose, to evoke intimacy and a sense of time, reminding us that the reciprocal relationships of all living and non-living things is an elaborate and all-encompassing mesh of networks.
Friday 21 April from 5.30pm
The Tactile Arts bar will be open and snacks are provided. Come and celebrate the new exhibition in the Tactile Arts Gallery.
Saturday 22 April at 11am
Winsome Jobling will be discussing works from the exhibition and sharing the experimental printmaking techniques and processes involved during her 3 month residency at Tactile Arts.
Sunday 30th April from 9am to 4pm
Explore experimental dry-point techniques on Perspex and High-Impact Styrene using a range of tools and solvents adding to and abrading the printmaking plates with Winsome Jobling. The day will be spent experimenting with mark-making on small plates which will lead to a final layered printed image.