Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Travelling Lines // Carolina Facelli and Ainslie Macaulay // 1 Dec 2014 to 2 Feb 2015

Carolina Facelli’s work deals with people and society through seemingly insignificant objects and details of the urban complex. Presenting her work in a site responsive manner within nine PS50 project boxes on Orr St she uses historical analytical drawing as a format and basis for her current Master of Arts (Art in Public Space) research. Carolina endeavours to investigate the use of drawing as a way of exploring and understanding the world we live in. The work draws attention onto the ubiquitous unseen, such as electricity poles in which she finds beauty and metaphor for society, community and urban functionality.

Ainslie Macaulay’s practice explores fleeting memories of place through a range of media. Filling twelve PS50 project boxes with mixed media works including sculpture, projection, sound and installation she responds to the facing laneway site. Ainslie’s work is process based as she gathers, interprets, constructs and compiles shared memories derived from places in Victoria and showcases the collection as part of her Master of Arts (Art in Public Space) major research project.

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

Image C. Facelli, Travelling Lines ©

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