A Marked Change in Form
c.a.s.e inc – Leora Sibony, Elaine Pollen, Pru Bleasdale, Sandra Rubbo, Rachel Dun, Annique Goldenberg, Tali Cohen-Flantz, Carolyn Delzoppo, Shelly Anfield, and Mirna Barakat
5 February- 6 April
A marked change in form is the latest c.a.s.e members’ exhibition. Ten artists examine the potential of paper, exploring its versatility and embracing the challenge of its relative fragility and instability. The artists were each given ten identical sheets of 300 gsm cartridge paper and a brief to produce a three dimensional outcome from this two dimensional material.
The title references the varied physical acts applied directly to the paper through the individual creative process of each artist. It also reflects on the personal changes, adaptations and transformations experienced by each artist during the challenges of the past year.
A marked change in form is an exhibition representing the diversity of outcomes of each artist’s approach and practice, including painting, printmaking, drawing, installation, ceramics, molding, artist books, and mixed media.
Image: Rachel Dun, Blended grounds, Artist Flag Book – Monoprint, etching and embossing, 80mm H x 200mm D x 440mm L
c.a.s.e is a not for profit organisation set up and run by professional artists. Its purpose is to act as a resource for both practicing artists and the wider art appreciating public. Over the years c.a.s.e has been involved in setting up a number of initiatives such as; Art in the Pub’s invited guest talks, the c.a.s.e. annual post card show, and Face to Face critique sessions for local artists. c.a.s.e has used funds raised to support these initiatives and provide grants to support further education and development of local artists.