ARTICULATION: In Conversation

ARTICULATION: In Conversation

1 Jun 2024

ARTICULATION: In Conversation
DatesSaturday 01 June
Times4:15pm - 5:15pm
CostFREE
BookingRSVP required (see link below)
AgeRecommended for ages 12 and up
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Join exhibition curators Caroline Austin and Roz De Waal McKenzie as they discuss their latest exhibition.

Don't miss this chance to engage with the curators and delve deeper into the exhibition.

Following the conversation, the exhibition opening event will commence at 5:30pm. Please RSVP for BOTH events if you plan to attend.

For more information on parking and how to get to our gallery, head to the VISIT page.  


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Caroline Austin
ARTICULATION Curator

Caroline Austin

An Australian artist currently based in Meanjin/Brisbane, Austin examines the small and poetic interactions and behaviours of human beings, including the capacity to lose, move, remember, construct, grow, to draw attention to systems of power, particularly concerning human mobility and movement. Utilising interactive and conversational strategies and more formal research methods, she produces reciprocal artworks that include objects, installations, photography, sound, and ephemeral actions. Austin is also a Co-Director of the Woolstores Project, an initiative that invites artists to investigate the history and materiality of the historic site of the Woolstores, Teneriffe, and the surrounding areas.

Roz De Waal McKenzie
ARTICULATION Curator

Roz De Waal McKenzie

A French-South African designer based in Meanjin/Brisbane, seamlessly merges left and right-brain methodologies. Transitioning from a background in Law to the realm of luxury travel and eventually into design, De Waal McKenzie found her footing in Australia. A passionate design entrepreneur, she delights in unravelling the underlying motivations behind every creation. As a co-founder of Armour Atelier, Unlmtd Agency & Markian, she champions a multidisciplinary, sustainability-driven ethos that defines her evolving practice.