LeahlaniJohnson | How do you lengthen so far that high wind suspends and stretched air envelopes beneath? 2010
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How do you lengthen so far that high wind suspends and stretched air envelopes beneath?

Group exhibition

SafARI 2010
Co-curated by Lisa Corsi (co-founder) and Danielle Hairs, with Alex Maciver
5 – 30 May 2010 (Artist talk: 9 May 2010)
MOP Projects, Sydney
3 channel video (projection), paper, cardboard, metal, wood, acrylic paint, ceramic, string, fabric, found objects,
Overall dimensions: 2.5m (h) x 3m (w) x 4m (d)

How do you lengthen so far that high wind suspends and stretched air envelopes beneath? explored the vocabulary between disparate technologies. Found objects were allied with the moving image, the projection both framing and interplaying with these painted and sculptural forms. Juxtaposed together inside the installation environment, the looped and static works offered the audience a shifting sense of here and now.

Established in 2004, SafARI exhibits the work of emerging, unrepresented artists across multiple Artist-Run Initiatives (ARIs) in Sydney during the crucial opening weeks of the Biennale of Sydney (BoS). 2010 SafARI artists include Nils Crompton, Karla Dickens, Will French, Biljana Jancic, Marius Jastkowiak, Leahlani Johnson, Sue-Ching Lascelles, Vince and Vaughan O’Connor, Caroline Phillips, Tom Polo, Jason Sims, Rolande Souliere, Chris Town and Linda Wilken. SafARI 2010 website, Review by Lynne Barwick for Runway, Issue 16, 2010

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