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Art comes in many forms



Chiara Corbelletto Space Event, 2013 Courtesy of Bath St Gallery

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Art comes in many forms
Corban Estate Art Centre

Corban Estate Arts Centre's latest exhibitions feature artists Laura Marsh, Galia Amsel and Chiara Corbelletto. These three exhibitions are on display from 7 March till 13 April 2014.

A Thinner Line is an installation of artworks by Laura Marsh that collectively consider the line between life and death. Marsh’s latest exhibition features new works developed during her time in Colombia, South America on an artist’s residency.

Internationally acclaimed glass artist Galia Amsel’s survey exhibition Take Ten, showcases ten cast glass works. These works represent ten years of making since leaving the UK and settling in West Auckland. We see the fundamental influence the surrounding landscape and climate has had on Amsel’s evolving glass practice.

Chiara Corbelletto’s Morphic Field 2 presents a series of floating and ethereal sculptural works, visualizing how forms may emerge from space. Corbelletto’s selection of sculptures are inspired by current theories in physics, and transformed by the idea of a unified field of potentiality as the ultimate fabric of reality.

On offer is a full range of free art gallery activities. Auckland based artists Galia Amsel and Chiara Corbelletto will give artist talks at CEAC’s Open Arts Day Saturday 29 March at 11am and 2pm. Laura Marsh will be making string drawings at her kids workshop Saturday 5 April, 11am. All materials provided, no bookings required.

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Exhibitions details:

Exhibition: A Thinner Line
Artist: Laura Marsh
Exhibition dates: 7 March – 13 April 2014

Exhibition: Take Ten
Artist: Galia Amsel
Exhibition dates: 7 March – 13 April 2014

Exhibition: Morphic Field 2
Artist: Chiara Corbelletto
Exhibition dates: 7 March – 13 April 2014

Public programmes
Exhibitions opening: Thursday 6 March, 6pm - 8pm
Galia Amsel Artist Talk: Saturday 29 March 2014, 11am
Chiara Corbelletto Artist Talk: Saturday 29 March 2014, 2pm
Kids Art Workshop: Saturday 5 April 2014, 11am
CEAC Open Arts Day Saturday 29 March 2014, 10am - 10pm
Entry: Free, all welcome


ABOUT CORBAN ESTATE ARTS CENTRE
The Corban Estate Arts Centre (CEAC) is located at the historic Corban Winery Estate in Henderson, Auckland. The arts centre utilises the historic winery buildings and is home to galleries which feature a changing programme of exhibitions, as well as a café, gallery shop, and artists’ studios. CEAC also offers a wide range of arts and cultural events and educational programmes, including art classes for adults and children and a schools education programme. The centre is open 7 days a week, 10am – 4.30pm.

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