LeahlaniJohnson | Lose to Gain 2009
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Lose to Gain

Southerly Buster, Group exhibition

Curated by Daniel Mudie Cunningham
22 August – 4 October 2009
Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre, Sydney
2 channel video projection (2min each looped) , paper, cardboard, glass, acrylic paint, watercolour, found objects.
Overall dimensions: 2m (h) x 3m (w) x 2m (d)

Lose to gain investigated the areas between separate mediums and forms. Inhabiting a corner space inside the larger gallery, the work evoked a sense of fluctuating dialogue between the elements. The moving images projected on to still pieces, crafting a type of hybrid time.

Southerly Buster formed part of Hazelhurst’s Southern Exposure series, which showcases a selection of works from artists with links to Sydney’s Sutherland Shire and St George regions. Curated by Daniel Mudie Cunningham, Southerly Buster artists included Bridie Connell, Judith Duquemin, Leahlani Johnson, Erna Lilje, Virginia Mawer, Silke Raetze, Todd Robinson, Kurt Sorensen, Teo Treloar, Paul Williams and Mark Wotherspoon.

Photography: Silversalt (unless otherwise stated)

Hazelhurst silversalt photgraphy
Hazelhurst install
hazelhurst side detail
detail cup