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Artist Talk: Tim Palman, Zoe Lutze, Perdita Phillips

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Artist Talk: Tim Palman, Zoe Lutze, Perdita Phillips

27 May, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

In this artist talk, we gather the artists who exhibited in May for an informal conversation about their respective exhibitions. Tim Palman speaks about his photography in Wellard, Zoe Lutze speaks about her group exhibition On the Translation of Light, and Dr Perdita Phillips about her interactive exhibition We Must Catch Up.

The conversation will take place during We Must Catch Up, featuring a 2 metre tall mountain in the gallery.

Audience members will be welcome to ask the artists’ any questions they may have regarding their works and creative practice.

About the artists

Tim Palman is an emerging photographic artists born and based in Perth, Western Australia. His art practice takes a documentary format, culminating in large scale projects that explore the human condition through the study of physical and social landscapes.

Zoe Lutze is a contemporary artist based in Perth. She works predominantly in the mediums of sculpture, installation, and print making. Her practice focuses on the importance of touch. The materials used to express this vary from plaster and wax to caramel coloured adhesive tape and grey interfacing. Her current body of work attempts to blur the boundaries between the senses of touch and sight, hoping that through viewing her manipulations of material and texture, a sense of touch may be experienced by the viewer.

Perdita Phillips is an Australian artist with a wide-ranging and experimental conceptual practice. She works in mixed media installation, environmental projects, sound, sculpture, photography and drawing. Whilst materially diverse, underlying themes of ecological processes and a commitment to a resensitisation to the physical environment, are apparent.


Image: Tessa BealePillow (detail), 2017. Graphic on trace paper.