Norma Redpath, Paessagio Cariatide 1980-85 (detail). Collection of McClelland. Photo Mark Chew.https://www.mcclellandgallery.com/future-exhibitions-2/,
The COVID-19 pandemic has made art galleries shift online to profile their exhibitions and art collections. Highly visual organisations like art galleries that work with experimental creative practitioners lead the way with approaches towards interviewing and creating social video content.
In this ‘partnered project’ studio we collaborate with the not-for-profit McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery to produce some social video content. McClelland is staging a feature exhibition titled ‘A thousand different angles that profile Australian contemporary sculptors. Studio participants working in groups interview these artists to produce content that attracts audiences to this exhibition.
Exhibition summary from the McClelland website:
The exhibition A thousand different angles foreground the legacy of modernist sculptors Inge King and Norma Redpath alongside work by eleven contemporary artists, to explore the dynamic spatial properties of sculpture both inside and outside the gallery.