I am an emerging sculptor and installation artist currently exploring demolition and erasure of personal space in my practice. I enjoy making things, and have a wide array of interests, from figurative sculpture, to material abstractions, using a myriad of collected and salvaged materials. My practice extends from objects and sculptural assemblage to photography, drawing and video work.
Writing and visual imagery, do they produce another language when they are used in relation to each other? Through constant research and production of new works, I am attempting to find out.
Annabelle Collett has worked full time for over 30 years as a professional artist/designer/craftsperson. The main concepts that inform her art are contained within the historic/symbolic significance of motif, the social/political meaning of pattern on textiles and the abstract overlaying relationships between fashion, visual art and design.
Annalise Rees is an Adelaide based artist working across the disciplines of drawing, sculpture and installation. Rees’ work is varied, ranging from intimate gallery sized works, to permanent and ephemeral large scale sculptures and public art exploring ideas about place and identity. Drawing in both two and three dimensions, using a variety of media and materials Rees has exhibited widely including Japan, India and Canada.
An emerging artist, I am currently studying Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts) where my major is sculpture. I work with a range of mediums in a range of different art forms. Some of these art forms include sculpture, music, painting, mosaics and ceramic work. I particularly enjoy using recycled materials and carving wood.
Anthony Adams is a collage artist based in Adelaide. Anthony uses collage, acrylics, ink and other mediums to create his eye catching creations all with a deeper ‘hidden’ message within the piece.
SINGER • SONGWRITER • ENTERTAINER
Anya Anastasia is an accomplished songstress who crafts performances with theatricality, flair, musicality, comedy, and above all- originality. She is an Australian Adelaide-based writer, but as a performer she travels across the globe. In 2012 with support from ARTS SA, she toured with her solo cabaret show, “The Upside Down Girl” to the Prague Fringe Festival, and performed in Berlin, London, Melbourne and at the Adelaide Fringe. This year in March, she ran an arts and cabaret festival in the hills, called The Hills Secret Garden.
Ceramic hand-made tile mural tree of life. Community project at O'Sullivan Children's Centre launched my the Minister for Education November 2012.
Ashleigh is a 21-year-old writer based in South Australia who focuses her work on the arts in South Australia.
She has completed a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing (UniSA, 2012) and a Graduate Diploma in Journalism (UniSA, 2013).
She write across a wide range of fields, for both print and online publications, including feature stories, interviews, poetry, and live theatre, film and dance reviews, She has written for publications such as The Adelaide Review, Attitude Magazine, The Adelaide Magazine, and SA Weekend.
Hailing from Adelaide, South Australia, AUDIUM, brings a heavy rock/metal groove, powerfully gritty, melodic vocals and elements of industrial/electro together to create a sound bigger than the sum of its parts.
The band was formed in early 2013 with founding members Daniel Giaccio (guitars) and Ashton Rudd (bass/vocals). Once Adam Lunnay (drums) was added, the strength of the music was undeniable. Chris Gard (vocals) joined soon after and the band was complete.