The TWFAx2 pop-up brings a brand-new edge to Brisbane Quarter, showcasing a range of works from Briony Barr, Riley Beaumont, Sebastian Helling, Jordan Kerwick, Clay Mahn, Max Manning, Fran O’Neill and Chris Trueman. The centrepiece of the pop-up is actually an installation work from the brilliant mind of Matt Sheridan, an acclaimed American artist and recipient of this year’s prestigious Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant.
Matt’s latest work is a large-scale painting-in-motion video projection, titled Noodles For Tony / Curry for Chas. The work swings back and forth between a static painting and a painting-in-motion – the different states of the installation address the contemporary power relations between a handmade physical reality and a more instant ‘online’ mentality. Matt’s work has been designed to take the viewer’s mind on a journey through architecture, across canvas and into sculpture, provoking the questioning of one’s instincts under the influence of digital video environments.
TWFAx2 at Brisbane Quarter is opening from Tuesday to Friday from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm (and 6:30 pm on Fridays) until December 1. The space opens on Saturday and Sunday by appointment.