Gold & Silversmithing Lecture Series
Wednesday 31 July, 6–7pm
RMIT University, Building 56, Level 3, Room 82
Ronald R MacKay Building
115 Queensberry Street, Carlton
Sue Lorraine (Australia): Measuring Practice — the how, why and what behind the this that and the other of studio practice.
We are pleased to welcome Sue Lorraine to present a lecture here at RMIT University. The lecture is open to students and to the public and coincides with the Solo Exhibition Measured, at Gallery Funaki.
Sue Lorraine is a leading Australian jewellery artist with a practice that spans over thirty-five years. A partner and founding member of the jewellery studio, Gray Street Workshop and from 1999–2008 the Creative Director of the Metal Design Studio, JamFactory, Adelaide. Sue exhibits nationally and internationally and has work in every state collection of Australia. Her exhibition practice is founded in conceptual and research-based methodologies. Sue works predominantly in steel, in a style that is graphic, minimal and refined. More recently she has incorporated found objects and materials into her work to connect with the memories, associations and possibilities these materials add.
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19 July – 24 August 2019
4 Crossley Street, Melbourne
Image: Sue Lorraine, Longer than expected, 2019, Kent Triscale 402 rulers, 310 x 140 x 50 mm
Photo by Catherine Truman