Capital life January 26 2019
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Capital life January 26 2019

Between Intimacy & Trespass

Kate Baker installing <i>Pulse #1,</i> 2019, single-channel digital video, sound, kiln-formed glass at Canberra Glassworks.

Kate Baker installing Pulse #1, 2019, single-channel digital video, sound, kiln-formed glass at Canberra Glassworks.Credit:Canberra Glassworks

Kate Baker  draws on her background in photography and studio glass to examine moments of connection between the physical, psychological and emotional strata of the human environment. Through forming layers and then breaking them down with the use of text, transparency and positive and negative space, the artist brings attention to seemingly undisrupted pure moments. Before graduating from the Glass Workshop at the Australian National University School of Art in Canberra in 1999, she studied photography, printmaking and sculpture, all of which inform her practice. Baker is currently a PhD candidate at the ANU School of Art and Design.

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ANCA Art Bus

A piece in <i>Work, Lovelife, Miscellaneous</i>,(detail)  in the ANCA Art Bus.

A piece in Work, Lovelife, Miscellaneous,(detail) in the ANCA Art Bus.

The ANCA Art Bus has moved because of the heat. It's open at City Walk, near Ainslie Place, Wednesday to Sunday, noon to 5pm. It contains the exhibition Work, Lovelife, Miscellaneous by Tom Buckland, musings on the many absurd complexities of modern life with sculptures and dioramas that mix suburban domesticity with sinister absurdist fantasy. There are also  free drop-in art workshops from 2 to 3pm on Saturday and Sunday throughout the remainder of the exhibition.

M16 Art Roadshow

Ever wondered what the works of art you own might be worth? You can send an expression of interest to M16’s Art Roadshow  through its online form ( https://m16artspace.wufoo.com/forms/st5cr0x1057s8i/)  to have your art/sculpture/object valued. You will need to include pictures and a short description. Only 10 items will be selected, displayed and discussed on Monday, March 18 at 6pm at M16 with Certified fine art and antiques valuer Andrew Whitehead to uncover their stories and value. M16 will be providing drinks and catering on the night and tickets can be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/m16s-art-roadshow-tickets-53667381583.

Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.

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