Friday, May 16, 2014

Last day of 'ARCHIVUM'

ARCHIVUM will close tomorrow. Thank you to everyone who visited and especially for your questions and  conversations. I always like how people seem somewhat apprehensive about articulating their response or questioning of possible meanings in different works, not just the works from this show but any works that require a certain search for reasoning. Often they make very poignant observations without being aware of it. Especially art students who are in a sense just commencing the search for their own imaginative response to the everyday, or perhaps its more a case of recapturing it. A simple observation is that conversations about things from the past always have a sense of being far more embedded in the present, in the here and now then conversations about the very things that perpetually anchor us to contemporary life. The gallery hours are from 10am-4pm.  


  1. perhaps it's that need for telling the story slant...

    "Tell all the truth but tell it slant —
    Success in Circuit lies
    Too bright for our infirm Delight
    The Truth's superb surprise
    As Lightning to the Children eased
    With explanation kind
    The Truth must dazzle gradually
    Or every man be blind —"

    by Emily Dickinson

  2. Hi Glen! When i come down to Bris soon can we talk? - Kelvyn

  3. the blind man seraches in the dark for there is no true light

  4. glen, could you email me about the chance that you could teach for Fibre Arts Australia in 2016?