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Mel Robson: Intersections and Boundaries

Exhibitions

Presented by Araluen Arts Centre

Intersections and Boundaries is the culmination of Alice Springs ceramic artist Mel Robson’s research and experimentation as the Araluen Cultural Precinct Creative in Residence recipient. Responding to both two and three dimensional works from the Araluen Art Collection and engaging with the local community, Robson has created a new body of ceramic works exploring the idea of Place, through the lens of mapping and cartography.

Robson uses material, form, surface and mark-making to ask what it is we actually mean when we talk of ‘a Sense of Place’, how we position ourselves in the landscape, the ways in which we develop a personal sense of place, how we might find ourselves at home (or not) in the places we live, and the literal and metaphorical intersections and boundaries embedded in Place.

Gallery 

Image: Mel Robson, A sense of Place 2018, Handbuilt earthenware and slipcast porcelain with decals and underglaze

Dates 

22 June 2019 - 18 August 2019

Times 

Opening
Friday 21 June, 6.00pm

Open daily from 10am-4pm

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Extra information 

Accessibility

wheelchair  

Rating

PG

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