Vivian Lynn, Erica Sklenars, Justine Walker
Curated by Siv B. Fjærestad
24 September – 17 October 2009
Enjoy Public Art Gallery
All in different stages of their careers, Lynn, Walker and Sklenars‘ individual practices deal with contemporary trajectories relevant to the female experience. Collectively, they speak to a wider social conscience, responsibility, and identity within New Zealand society.
Curated by Siv B. Fjaerestad, the exhibition is bound by a strong graphic language – driven by process – with works ranging from technically complex prints, to abstraction and digital manipulation. The show also includes works from a series exhibited in the Enjoy gallery space 38 years prior, then the Bett Duncan Gallery, in March/April, 1971.
Exhibition Catalog with essay ‘Requiem for set’ by Rachel O’Neill
Untitled (APPLAUSE), multimedia, 740 x 180 x 120 mm, 2008
Untitled (Cross Stitch), multimedia, 18 at 255 x 255 mm, 2009 – 20010
Untitled (Rainbow Interrupted), photograph and colour pencil drawings, 2009