A celebration of the life of an industrious woman who created a home for her a family with hard work and love. Josie’s daughter Genevieve Murray took photographs of the home prior to it being placed on the market. The artwork explores treasured objects, personal memories, loss and celebration, inviting the audience into their own connected encounters. Using photography, printmaking, sewing, collage and ‘fleshy’ textured cream paper, the artist brings a sense of presence to the body of work which includes a sculpted paper dress (an artform known as quilling), framed photographic windows and embossed images.
View the work at:
Louis Joel Arts & Community Centre, Altona.
Sat 17 Nov, 12:00pm as part of Wear It Share it
Sat 17 Nov, 12:00-4:00pm
Sun 18-Thu 22 Nov, 11:00am-4:00pm
Sun 18 Nov, 12:00-2:00pm
You can also view the work in:
IF: Industrial Fashion,
Williamstown Town Hall,
Fri 16th Nov, 8:00pm