Works in Progress Show at Plimsoll, July 2017.
This exhibition presented works in progress by students developing practice-based research projects in the Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours at the University of Tasmania, College of the Arts. They were exhibited within A2 light boxes and had sound pieces featuring slowed-down watery drips and drops via headphones.
This intimacy of liquid sound added another layer of sensual connection with water to evoke its energy and motion. Water is fortuitous and unpredictable. Each print and sound piece is unique, spontaneous and one of a kind.