Justene Williams, The Curtain Breathed Deeply, Ipswich Art Gallery 7-29 October

Buxton Contemporary collection artist Justene William’s exhibition The Curtain Breathed Deeply continues its national tour, opening at Ipswich Art Gallery 7th of October, continuing to the 29th of October.

The Curtain Breathed Deeply presents an immersive collection of video and sculptural work by the artist. Williams uses found objects and waste materials to create dazzling theatrical environments, seducing visitors through a variety of hypnotising sets and performative video installations.

The Curtain Breathed Deeply was curated and developed by Artspace and is touring nationally in partnership with Museums & Galleries of NSW.

For more information please visit the Ipswich Art Gallery website.


Image: Justene Williams Costume relic painting 2014 (detail), Plastic tablecloths, various tapes. Courtesy of the artist and Sarah Cottier Gallery.


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