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Artstation draws the line at turning the corner

Artstation draws the line at turning the corner

Auckland artists Rachel O’Neill and Susie Pratt bring their collaborative drawing exhibition Turn the Corner to the Artstation Gallery from 20 April to 1 May 2004.

Both Pratt and O’Neill, final year students at Elam School of Fine Art, have an experimental approach to making art. The drawings in Turn the Corner do not simply consist of pencil on paper, they create an intersection between two and three-dimensional art-making. Pratt’s methods combine drawing with animation and sound, while O’Neill’s link drawing to performance. In Turn the Corner they push drawing off the wall and into the exhibition space.

Last year O’ Neill and Pratt collaborated on Direct Draw, an exhibition at the George Fraser Gallery. They created distinct yet related works based on the interconnections of lines. The pair intend to collaborate more intensely in Turn the Corner and to make an entirely new site-specific installation for the Artstation Gallery.

Turn the Corner exhibition information: Artists: Rachel O’Neill and Susie Pratt Exhibition: 20 April – 1 May 2004 Opening: 5 – 7 pm Tuesday 20 April 2004

Artstation, Auckland City’s community visual arts facility, is located at the old police barracks at 1 Ponsonby Rd, Newton. It is easy to get to by public transport with the Link’s ‘Artstation’ bus stop right outside.

For more information please contact Artstation on: Phone: (09) 376 3221 Email: artstation@aucklandcity.govt.nz Web address: www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/artstation Artstation Gallery Hours: Mon – Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm Mon – Thurs 6.00pm – 9.00pm Sat 10.00am – 4.00pm

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