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Isabelle Mackay-Sim이자벨 매케이 심

  • NATIONALITY
    Australia, 호주
  • CURRENT JOB/POSITION
    School Assistant
    Children's Art Teacher
  • EDUCATION
    2018 Australian National University, Ceramics, Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours)
    2015 Australian National University, Ceramics/Literature, Bachelor of Arts/Visual Arts
  • EXHIBITION
    2019 Embodied Experiences, ANCA Gallery, Canberra, Australia
    2018 Renaissance, The Hamlet, Canberra, Australia
    2018 Place Makers, CraftACT Gallery, Canberra, Australia
    2018 PIN8, Australian National Capital Artists Gallery, Canberra, Australia
    2017 City of Design, CraftACT Gallery, Canberra, Australia
    2017 Appliance, NewActon Display Space, Canberra, Australia
    2016 Divergence, Form Gallery, Queanbeyan, Australia
    2015 Interrestrial, Nishi Gallery, Canberra, Australia
    2015 Emerging Artist Support Scheme, Watson Art Centre, Canberra, Australia
    2014 Graduate Exhibition, Australian National University School of Art, Canberra, Australia
  • AWARD
    2018 Scholarship, Lena and Peter Karmel Scholarship, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
    2018 Award, Australian Decorative and Fine Art Society Award, The Australian Decorative and Fine Art Society, Canberra, Australia
    2014 Prize, Boronia Emerging Artist Prize, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
    2014 Award, Canberra Potter's Society Emerging Artist Award, Canberra Potter's Society, Canberra, Australia
  • COLLECTION
    2014 Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
  • RESIDENCY/WORKSHOP
    2018 Corin Dam Spring Residency, CraftACT, Canberra, Australia
    2015 Graduate in Residence, Australian National Univeristy, Canberra, Australia
    2015 Emerging Artist in Residence, Canberra Potter's Society, Canberra, Australia

신체를 직접적으로 묘사하지 않으면서 신체를 떠올리게 하는 5점의 대형 추상 조각을 한데 모아 놓았다. 겹쳐진 풍만한 신체 부위는 관객에게 비만을 떠올리게 한다. 이처럼 비참해 보이기까지 한 비만한 몸통과는 대조적으로 파스텔 색상의 유약을 입힌 표면은 매끄럽고 달콤하게 감상적이어서 사탕을 연상시킨다.

A group of five large abstract figurative works that evoke the body without directly depicting it. These works will have voluminous bulges that fold over each other, evoking a corpulence intended to confront the viewer. In opposition to this abjection, the glazed surface will be smooth and sugary, in pastel colours that recall confectionaries.