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Scott Livesey Galleries
25 October 2022
News Article 1086

Vipoo Srivilasa | Melbourne Now 2023

Congratulations to Vipoo Srivilasa for his inclusion in Melbourne Now 2023.

The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Fed Square

On View | 24 March 2023 - 20 August 2023

Image: courtesy NGV / Melbourne Now 2023 artists and designers at the announcement event on 18 October. Photo: Eugene Hyland

Scott Livesey Galleries
18 October 2022
News Article 1087

Top 100 Hottest Collectable Artists list

Congratulations to our artists selected for the Top 100 Hottest Collectable Artists list:
Luke Sciberras, Jennifer Riddle, Vipoo Srivilasa, Kate Bergin, Stephen Bird, Lily Mae Martin, and Vanessa Stockard.

Scott Livesey Galleries
06 May 2022
News Article 1084

Sonia Payes

Transmutations 2022

Sonia Payes
Transmutations 2022
On view until 29 May 2022
"Assembly Point", 152 Sturt Street, Southbank, Victoria.

Humanity is no longer the same but in a state of metamorphosis, an evolution. Themes of the cycle of life and humanity's ambivalent relationship to our future environment fuse together in Payes’s recent works.

Payes transforms her daughter's facial likeness into 'a digital avatar' representing humanity as we undertake the process of reintegration and re-engagement with our planet. Payes’s images speak eloquently of our plight while offering hope for a re-imagined future.

Photography has been the bedrock of Payes’s practice since her debut show in 2003, in which she gracefully visualised the mutable relationship between the human body and its environment. Payes eagerly adopts different media – animated film, 3D imagery, lenticular prints and sculpture – to further elucidate the concerns underpinning her art: those of perpetual change, the reciprocity between all living beings, nature’s regenerative cycles, and a faith in humanity’s ability to adapt to environmental upheaval.

Scott Livesey Galleries
16 March 2022
News Article 1081

Luke Sciberras

Survey Exhibition

Luke Sciberras: Side of the Sky

Campbelltown Arts Centre (C-A-C) in partnership with Bathurst Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) presents a comprehensive survey exhibition of acclaimed artist, Luke Sciberras. Held concurrently across the two venues and covering 25 years of practice, Luke Sciberras: Side of the Sky will focus on Sciberras’ extensive travels, and highlight his connection to Wedderburn, Hill End and the Central West region. The exhibition will also foreground Sciberras’ lesser-known drawing and print practice.

Luke Sciberras draws inspiration from the immediate environment, working directly in the landscape, capturing elements, symbols, shapes and textures of places, usually over a series of visits. Upon return to his studio, he processes this raw material and, drawing on his memories and connections to local people, creates work that is as much about the process of painting as it is about the landscape where he began, and the place of the people within it.

Sciberras was born in Campbelltown and spent his formative years assisting artists in the Campbelltown artist-community of Wedderburn. From one artist-community to another, Sciberras has lived in historic Hill End since 2000, a town he first visited in 1997 as a National Art School student. C-A-C and BRAG both represent the artistic communities that are of central importance to Sciberras’ life and work.

On view:
Campbelltown Arts Centre: 4 June - 7 August 2022
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery: 11 June - 7 August 2022

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