Hunting for Foxes, is a contemporary photography project that challenges long held stereotypes of women living in regional Australia. Join us on the journey as 50 women from the small rural community of Mullewa explore a fantasy side of themselves, an alter-ego, an element of themselves that may lay dormant, otherwise never given the opportunity to be explored.
Tilting at Windmills presents a series of exquisitely crafted three dimensional artworks, which explore the effects of communication difficulties for an individual in a society where information must be gathered and assimilated in overwhelming quantities.
The ninety Elizabeth Durack works held by the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery were commissioned in 1960 by the then Town of Geraldton and are a study of the Mid West landscape and its inhabitants from Dongara to Kalbarri. It is a significant collection which is specific to the Mid West as well as being culturally, aesthetically and historically important and irreplaceable.
Peter Dailey has created ten life-size figurative sculptures that are simultaneously introspective and universal in their themes. Utilising a sophisicated mix of materials and approaches. Dailey’s figures occupy both internal and external landscapes while contemplating the cultural, economic, policical and environmental mechanisms that they are part of.
At first seemingly passive, Dailey’s sculptures however harbour the cross-currents of our decisions and their consequences while ultimately asking the pivotal question: what does it mean to be human?