The Uncertainty of Knowing

Inneke Taalman, being double (still from moving image). 2020. galler, projector, supports, Moving Image, dimensions variable
Izabella Shaw, Modified blow (detail), 2020, industrial fan, latex gloves, thread, Sculpture
Installation, Moving Image, Sculpture, Sound
Izabella Shaw, Inneke Taalman
The Uncertainty of Knowing examines how information is constructed in a space of uncertainty, intuition and embodied experiences. The emerging artists Izabella Shaw and Inneke Taalman both embrace the unknown in their practice as a transformative state of discovery. Izabella Shaw finds meaning through the physicality of making, but in doing so, must journey into the unknown. Her practice requires risk as well as serious play and is perhaps why her sculptural work holds a delicate balance between materiality and the intangible poetics of form.

Inneke Taalman’s physical interventions of the gallery space, are far from violent occupations, but instead sensitively observed responses to the physical and psychological site. Taalman disrupts our preconceived perceptions to create a new layered and nuanced understanding of the places we inhabit. The exhibition interrogates how the space acts as a transmitter of knowledge and the role the gallery plays in this cognitive formation. In this time of socio-political uncertainty, art can function as a reminder to think critically about the space we inhabit and consider ways we can find comfort in the unknown.

Suzanne Close has curated the exhibition as part of the AHCAN & Floating Goose Early Year Curator Program supported by the City of Adelaide.

Suzanne Close - finalist in the City of Onkaparinga Contemporary Curator Award.

Thu 12-4pm
Fri 12-7pm
Sat 10am-4pm
Sun 12-4pm
Floating Goose Studios Inc.
271 Morphett St, Adelaide
0418 660 356
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