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Project Archive

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Indeterminate States

Skye Kelly

Exhibition

03.03.17 - 18.03.17

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Skye Kelly
0037
03.03.17 - 18.03.17

Sculptures and installations that change in volume and colour and smell over time, consisting of suspended plastic bladders, liquid gelatin, cascading bubbles and other transitive materials.

The exhibition focused on a certain class of materials to create a space that blurs the line between abject and beauty as the artworks examine the mutable boundaries created by material indeterminacy within objects and their spaces of display. On opening night bubbles cascaded down the bladder to fall on the ground, slowly setting into a fixed state.

Skye Kelly is an artist living and working in Melbourne.  She is currently undertaking a Masters of Fine Art (Research) at RMIT.  Her work investigates a range of indeterminate, transitive materials through a sculptural framework.  Recent materials utilised include gelatine, fat, toffee and hydrophobic sand.  She is interested in exploring the latent potentials of these unstable materials, and how their inherent properties and behaviours can be used as a catalyst for sculptural outcomes.

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