birds of paradise

Low Phat Wytchcraft
The prodigious artist, writer, curator and commentator Tai Snaith has assembled some of our favourite artists for a major group show that opens at Linden Gallery this Friday. The Cuckoo's Nest explores notions of domesticity, delirium and how we manage to create and live with art in our heart and hearth.

Siri Hayes
With new work by Siri Hayes, Beci Orpin, Lucy James, Dell Stewart, Kate and Jessie Tucker (under the monkier Low Phat Wytchcraft), Ellequa Martin and of course Tai Snaith  we will have no trouble being motivated to cross the river. For those of you new to those names take the time to click through to the links and see their great websites, lot's of inspiration to be had.

Dell Stewart
All of the artists are known for incorporating craft technique in their work. With craft being so closely aligned to the domestic it will be fantastic to see how they explore these ideas. This is a must see show so get your myki powered up. RAMONA

Vintery, mintery, cutery, corn,
Apple seed and apple thorn,
Wire, briar, limber lock
Three geese in a flock
One flew East
One flew West
And one flew over the cuckoo's nest.

Show opens 12 July and runs until August 11

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