Kari Lee McInneny-McRae
2nd November – 3rd December
Opening 2nd November 6 – 8pm.
Objective Memory explores McInneny-McRae’s approach to recreating, correlating and disjoining memory and material. Points of convergence and divergence between the physical and metaphysical evoke the fluid nature of memory. All memories evolve over time, in each re-telling nuances arise. Objective Memory considers the artists’ materials and method; how they shift and change in space and time. Metal wax casting, mould making, impressions in clay, all these processes change with time and mimic the amorphous and changeable course of remembering.
Curated by Siobhan Sloper
Kari Lee McInneny-McRae is a Melbourne based artist who predominantly works with clay and sculptural materials. Her work considers the way that materials can be in a state of flux, whilst paralleling the way that memories change over time. McInneny-McRae holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Drawing from Victorian College of the Arts and is currently undertaking her last year in a Bachelor of Fine Art, Ceramics from RMIT. She has shown her work in multiple galleries across Melbourne and most recently has been a finalist is the Victorian Craft Awards Exhibition 2017.
Artist Website: http://karileeart.com/