ELSEWHERE: Kirralee Robinson

Kirralee Robinson, Pipe Mirror DETAIL, 2024, found galvanised steel ducting pipe and mirrored glass. Image courtesy of the artist.

Kirralee Robinson, Pipe Mirror DETAIL, 2024, found galvanised steel ducting pipe and mirrored glass. Image courtesy of the artist.

25 May 2024  4 Aug 2024

Kirralee Robinson, Pipe Mirror DETAIL, 2024, found galvanised steel ducting pipe and mirrored glass. Image courtesy of the artist.

Kirralee Robinson, Pipe Mirror DETAIL, 2024, found galvanised steel ducting pipe and mirrored glass. Image courtesy of the artist.

DatesSaturday 25 May to Sunday 04 August
Times10am — 5pm daily
CostFree
BookingBookings are not required to visit the exhibition *Please RSVP to exhibition events* - Artist Talk: 26 May 2024 (scroll for more information) - Opening Event: 1 June 2024 | 5:30pm - 7:30pm (see link below)
AgeAll ages welcome
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A sculptural exhibition of light, optics and found objects, where materiality meets daydream.

Explore Elsewhere by Tulmur/Ipswich-based artist Kirralee Robinson, and enter a world where discarded objects are transformed into art that challenges disposability and celebrates curiosity and care.

This exhibition features a series of minimalist, futuristic sculptures crafted from industrial materials, merging seamlessly with the gallery space while evoking the essence of science fiction. Robinson's pieces, animated by light and movement, draw viewers into alternate dimensions and unseen phenomena of our world. 

Through mirrors, metals, and motion, she captures the extraordinary in the ordinary, embodying her ecofeminist ethos and commitment to sustainability.

Elsewhere: In-conversation

Artist portrait photography by Abigail Robinson, courtesy of the artist

Join us for an enriching morning of conversation

Elsewhere: In-conversation

Sunday 26 May 2024 | 10:30am

Artist Kirralee Robinson discusses her work with exhibition curator, Elena Dias-Jayasinha.

Artist portrait photography by Abigail Robinson, courtesy of the artist.

Artist portrait photography by Abigail Robinson, courtesy of the artist. 

About the artist

Kirralee Robinson

Based in Tulmur/Ipswich, Kirralee makes sculptures that engage with elemental phenomena such as light, optics, kinetics, and tactility.

Kirralee is influenced by science fiction, ecofeminist theory and material conservation, Kirralee works intrinsically and explicitly exploring concepts and methodologies relating to material waste.