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Hannah Gartside, New Terrain New Terrain in 'Hatched' at Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, WA, 2017 20170514_PICA_Hatched_2017_Hannah_Gartside_003.jpg 20170514_PICA_Hatched_2017_Hannah_Gartside_005.jpg 96 Normal 0 false false false EN-GB X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Times New Roman",serif;} New Terrain at Victorian College of Art, University of Melbourne, Graduate Exhibition 2016 New Terrain is a suspended textile sculpture made from found 1960's petticoat lace trim, tulle, thread and garter belt clips. The sculpture was assembled from 92 metres of lace cut into trapezium shapes and stitched back together to create 46 hexagons. The tessellating shape is repeated in the style of a patchwork quilt, and cones of the same lace protrude from the centre of each hexagon. Through its incorporation of aged intimate undergarments and artefacts of desire, the work presents the artist's queer erotic vision of an expansive and subtly aggressive femininity.  Hannah Gartside New Terrain (of The Fantasies) 2016 photo by Hannah Gartside.jpg Hannah Gartside Fantasy 2016 photo by Rhett Wyman 4sml.jpg New Terrain in 'Fresh' at Craft Victoria, 2017 _MG_1106.jpg _MG_1107.jpg New Terrain in 'Hatched' at Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, WA, 2017 + New Terrain in 'Hatched' at Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, WA, 2017

Hannah Gartside, New Terrain New Terrain in ‘Hatched’ at Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, WA, 2017 20170514_PICA_Hatched_2017_Hannah_Gartside_003.jpg 20170514_PICA_Hatched_2017_Hannah_Gartside_005.jpg

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New Terrain at Victorian College of Art, University of Melbourne, Graduate Exhibition 2016 New Terrain is a suspended textile sculpture made from found 1960’s petticoat lace trim, tulle, thread and garter belt clips. The sculpture was assembled from 92 metres of lace cut into trapezium shapes and stitched back together to create 46 hexagons. The tessellating shape is repeated in the style of a patchwork quilt, and cones of the same lace protrude from the centre of each hexagon. Through its incorporation of aged intimate undergarments and artefacts of desire, the work presents the artist’s queer erotic vision of an expansive and subtly aggressive femininity.  Hannah Gartside New Terrain (of The Fantasies) 2016 photo by Hannah Gartside.jpg Hannah Gartside Fantasy 2016 photo by Rhett Wyman 4sml.jpg New Terrain in ‘Fresh’ at Craft Victoria, 2017 _MG_1106.jpg _MG_1107.jpg
New Terrain in ‘Hatched’ at Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, WA, 2017 +
New Terrain in ‘Hatched’ at Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, WA, 2017

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