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Transient Structures - Candice McGaw

Kingston Arts
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Presented by Kingston Arts Grant recipient, Candice McGaw, 'Transient Structures' expands on work made during an artist residency at the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI) in Clayton.

The body of work explores how biological, aesthetic and big picture questions of regenerative medicine can be translated in paintings, drawings and sculpture.

Primarily working in painting and drawing, McGaw is interested in classical history, medical science and figuration and borrowing from these to comment on subjects such as feminism, physical and emotional responses and the experience of space.

OPENING: Friday 1 June, 6-8pm
VENUE: G1 + G2, Kingston Arts Centre, 979 Nepean Hwy, Moorabbin
Drinks and light refreshments provided.
All welcome to attend.
Kingston Arts seeks to create an inclusive space for all persons, regardless of culture, gender, sexuality, religion or ability to safely visit and enjoy programs.

Kingston Arts Centre and City Hall are both fully-accessible venues. G1 + G2 galleries at the Arts Centre include shared access to disabled toilets on the ground floor and lift access to the Chamber on level 1.

Ph. (03) 9556 4440
E. arts@kingston.vic.gov.au

Image: Candice McGaw, 'Muscle repair I & II, oil on board, max 18 x 22cm, 2017.
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