Opening: Wednesday 2 July, 6-8pm
Dates: 2-19 July 2014
This exhibition is concerned with the slippage of value – both cultural and monetary value – in beautiful objects. It is a reassessment of the way beauty functions in contemporary art, often reduced to a sideways look, mistrusted, an addendum. The work looks at the correlations between interior and home ware design and traditionally artistic ideas of beauty, and the sources of the perception of high and low cultural products.
Brigit Ryan is a Melbourne-based artist and designer. She completed a BFA (Drawing) at VCA in 2012 and a B Design in Fashion at RMIT in 2009. Past exhibitions include The Qualms, West Space, with Brodie Vera Wood in 2014,Product Placement, Seventh, curated by Hutchison-Byng in 2013, Debut IX, Blindside in 2013 and Penthouse Mouse in 2013.