Wednesday, 30 July 2014

We Are Made Of Lines // Georgia Mill // 2 Aug to 1 Sept 2014

RMIT University, Master of Art in Public Space student Georgia Mill presents We Are Made Of Lines as part of her major research project. Georgia’s methodology is centered around the individual body: its interpretation and navigation of space and time, how we recall the journeys we’ve taken, and the invisible thoughts and memories which form part of our navigation experience and personal narrative.

We Are Made Of Lines is an investigation into line, story telling, portraiture and mapping; a series of illuminated linear works which chart peoples’ journeys around Melbourne city, accompanied by corresponding written descriptions about the individual movements.

Georgia Mill is a visual artist based in Melbourne. In 2011 she graduated with a Bachelor of Creative Arts from the University of Melbourne. She has worked as a sculptor, performer and designer in Melbourne and internationally. During 2012 she worked as a set designer on St Martins Youth Theatre’s production, Accidentally Ugly and as an Artist in Residence at Emmy Monash Aged Care Facility in Caulfield, Melbourne. Georgia was the designer for The Hide, a live art project in the 2012 Melbourne Fringe Festival. Most recently Georgia received 2013 Punctum Seedpod sponsorship to develop her live art work titled Lines We Might Have Walked. She is currently undertaking Stage C of the Master of Arts (Art in Public Space) program at RMIT University.

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PS50 is housed within the windows of the RMIT Art in Public Space building 50 on Orr St, Carlton.

Image Georgia Mill ©

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