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INAUGURAL @ Ellipsis

22 Jul 2022

Painting of the Opening Night by Michaela SimoniPainting of the Opening Night by Michaela Simoni

Tom Isaac: Reverse Alchemy 1-6Tom Isaac: Reverse Alchemy 1-6

Tom Isaaac: Tehom (The Deep)

Mark Wotherspoon delivering the opening welcomeMark Wotherspoon delivering the opening welcome

New artist-run-space Ellipsis Gallery opened Wednesday night 13th July to great acclaim. Located on the first floor of 41 Crown St Woolloomooloo, above top-class contemporary Asian fusion restaurant Viand, the gallery's opening hours will be from 4pm- 9pm Wed thru Sat.

Mark Wotherspoon is the artistic force behind the Gallery, which is so new it doesn't yet have a website. Mark was previously a director of ESP Gallery, an artist-run-space in Marrickville a few years ago. I had the pleasure of exhibiting there on occasions. And was thrilled to be invited to show 3x works at Inaugural in Woolloomooloo.

Hamilton: Intimate behaviour #2Hamilton: Intimate behaviour #2

Hamilton: TrioHamilton: Trio

Koutsellis: Womanly & ConnectionKoutsellis: Womanly & Connection

Montgomery: GlimpseMontgomery: Glimpse

Wotherspoon: Nude Study #1 & #2Wotherspoon: Nude Study #1 & #2

Freinds beside Mesh #1 [Fissure]Freinds beside Mesh #1 [Fissure]

Helmers: Vital RelationshipHelmers: Vital Relationship

Brad Bennett & partnerBrad Bennett & partner

Bennett: Fiji Dance/Fiji BusBennett: Fiji Dance/Fiji Bus

Musician Brad Bennett's work comprising "concrete sounds, cassette loops & knife" was by far the most conceptual work in the exhibition. Speaking to the erosion of memory, the work employs recordings of Brad's partner's voice while on holidays on Fiji. But the tape is inexorably dragged across the upturned blade of a Stanley knife during the course of the show. It provided the ambient sound for the evening, which was very interesting indeed, and by the end of the exhibition I expect there will be nothing left.

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