New work

New work

Posted by on Oct 21, 2012 in News | No Comments

New Work on display at Arts Victoria from October 2012 until February 2013. Level 6, 2 Kavanagh St Southbank 3006

Place of Assembly- Included in the International Arts Festival

Posted by on Jul 18, 2012 in News | No Comments

PLACE OF ASSEMBLY An exhibition of site-specific installations and creative actions of assembly D // 10-27 October 2012 L // Schoolhouse Studios 97-99 Nicholson St, Abbotsford VIC, Australia.   Schoolhouse Studios is a gathering place for activity, exchange, and collaboration for 75 artists. With the inevitable demolition and commercial residential development of the site scheduled at […]

NEW12- Bold New Strokes- by Andrew Stephens

Posted by on Jul 18, 2012 in Media, News | No Comments

Others deal with performance in a far more indirect way. Katie Lee, whose work in the past has tended towards enigmatic, rather minimalist sculptural assemblies, has this time worked with dancer Kyle Kremerskothen on a film-based installation called It’s Not You, It’s Me for her NEW12 commission – a work that is dispersed as fragments throughout the whole gallery […]

Out of the Ordinary- by Marion Joseph

Posted by on Mar 12, 2012 in News | No Comments

Northcote Leader 12 March 2012 MAKE SPACE FOR ARTIST KATIE LEE WHAT happens when you take seemingly ordinary objects we encounter every day in public spaces, such as scaffolding and road barriers, out of their normal environment? Artist Katie Lee believes we have a unique, psychological and emotive reaction to these forms when placed outside their typical context. In her installation practice, Lee takes these […]

When Seeing is Deceiving- Peter Hill, The Age

Posted by on Jan 7, 2012 in News | No Comments

  EVERY five years or so, trends in the art world change. And they change dramatically. It is as certain as death and taxes. The wild, expressionist painting of the early 1980s soon became the ironically cool Neo Geo of the mid-’80s, all grids and masking tape. Hard on their heels came appropriation, installation art, […]

In the Galleries: A Condition of Change

Posted by on Nov 26, 2011 in Media, News | No Comments

By Dan Rule This aptly titled group show includes sculptural installations, objects and drawn forms that are by no menas static or complete.  Notions of tension, suspension, force and restraint –  implied or otherwise – pervade.  Lunney’s works are partiuclarly evocative but resolutely mute.  In Breathing Meditation, a high-tensile wire anchored to the wall elevates […]