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Australian Ceramic Triennale – Subversive Clay

Amy Sebworth and Sophia Phillips spoke to Cath Keneally live in the studio to tell her all about Subversive Clay, their roles within it, some of the exhibited artists and where you can find the exhibitions.

Subversive Clay is on 28th Sept – 1st Oct

Planting Seeds of Happiness

Adelaide sculptors, Anna Small and Warren Pickering, are a married couple who both create hand-formed metal plant and organic forms inspired by naturally occurring patterns and shapes.

They speak to Jennie Lenman ahead of their exhibition Seeds of Happiness.

The exhibition is opening today, August 4 2012, at Hahndorf Academy (68 Main Street, Hahndorf  SA) and is open until Sunday 23 September 2012.

Broadcast 4 August 2012.

Look To the Sky and Consider the Light Between the Space

Sometimes our lives are so hectic that we forget to look up at the sky and contemplate the marvels our world has to offer.

Coming up for South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival is a multimedia exhibition showcasing skyscape instillation integrating digital photography, time-lapse video and music composition, utilising the state-of-the-art equipment of Bang & Olufsen.

Derek Crozier, Michael Jenkins and Natasha Lee are the artists and organisers of the exhibition, The Light Between the Space.

Jennie Lenman speaks to Michael and Natasha about it.

Head to SALA for more information.

Broadcast 28 July 2012

A Universe of Small Truths: Interview with Julie Henderson

A Universe of Small Truths is an exhibition at the Australian Experimental Art Foundation showcasing the works of established artist, Julie Henderson.

Julie is a doctor of Visual Art Practice and is lecturer in sculpture and installation at the University of South Australia.

Julie speaks to Jennie Lenman about how she has used the space to create a field of objects and what they mean to her.

Broadcast 28 July 2012.

Microbiology and Art: A Winning Combination

The prestigious Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize Awards just graced Australia in its tenth year. The Waterhouse celebrates our intricate and complex global biodiversity and encourages excellence in natural history art.

The winner of the Youth category this year is a South Australian by the name of Zoe Woods. Zoe is a graduate in Arts and Glass Specialisation at UniSA. She speaks to Jennie Lenman about her piece, her interest in microbiology and her artistic process.

To find out more, head to the Waterhouse webpage.

Broadcast 28 July 2012


A Reflective Body of Water: Interview With Gary Seaman

If there’s one damn talented young artist in Adelaide, it’s Gary Seaman.

He creates multi-dimensional works that depict otherworldly, yet relatable characters, using a myriad of media.

Over the past few months he’s been busy creating works for a new solo show at Espionage called River.

Gary tells Jennie Lenman about  how the past few months have brought him to this point in his artistic career.

River will be opening on Thursday at 6pm at Espionage Gallery (Suite 1, Level 2, 93 Rundle Mall [entrance off Lindes Lane, next to ZU Shoes], Adelaide)

No Place Like It: Interview with Anna Horne

Young artist and ‘process-based’ sculptor, Anna Horne, takes manufactured materials and transforms them into new identities.

She’s taking part in an exhibition with Amy-Joy Watson and George Zacharoyannis, called No Place, in which they explore the nuances of materiality, life, death, love and solitude.

Anna speaks to Jennie Lenman about her work and describes the idea behind the theme of the exhibition.

No Place is on at the Adelaide Central Gallery – 45 Osmond Terrace, Norwood SA, until July 21 2012.

Broadcast 23 June 2012.