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Tamsin Green covers

Opening: Wednesday 10 June, 6-8pm Dates: 10 – 27 June 2015

I’ve been looking for a good landscape
Something to relax into,
Draw over/move across
I’ve been thinking how easy this could all be, just like internet dating
Some origins/some originals
Something to look at and through
Impasto over frottage
Knowing never satisfies

Tamsin Green is an artist, writer and living in Melbourne. She is currently a lecturer in the Art History and Theory department at Monash Art, Design and Architecture. Tamsin received an MFA from MADA in 2009. Tamsin has exhibited widely in Melbourne as well as interstate and internationally. Solo exhibition include ‘To and from the end of the world’ at Conical and ‘The Speed of Light’ at Blindside, ‘Ground’ at Level Ari Brisbane, ‘Still Moving Image’ at Kings ARI and ‘Looking’ at West Space. Tamsin’s work has been included in a number of group exhibitions, mostly recently ‘The taste of ashes fills the air’ curated by Jan Bryant at CCP. As an artist-curator Tamsin has worked across the artist run sector; co-founding Light Projects as a free project space in 2009, and curating ‘Relay: repeat action over distance’ at Firstdraft. Tamsin has undertaken residencies with Level ARI in Brisbane and SIM (The Icelandic Association of Visual Artists) in Reykjavik, Iceland. Recent exhibitions include the solo show ‘Relax’ at Techno Park Studios.