Mali Isabel, Excuse Me, I Love You, Painting, 18"x24"
Digital, Drawing, Painting, Performance, Photography, Video
Carclew Sharehouse Residents
Felicity Boyd, Zoe Gay, George Gilles, Maddie Grammatopoulos, Mali Isabel, Jamila Main, Harrison Vial
Delve into the diverse range of creativity and artwork produced by Carclew Sharehouse Residents.

Inspired by ‘refraction’, the act of light passing through a glass vessel at one angle on entry, and refracting to another upon exit, the Carclew Sharehouse Residents act similarly, with creativity. Each artist utilises the innate human experience of creativity and creation that enters into their being, refracts it at a different, unique angle, to produce a distinctive style or channel of art.

In this analogy, not only can the artist's being or body be thought of as similar to a glass vessel, but so can Carclew House. All eight residents practice from the Carclew House and allow its presence to influence and shape their work. A unique annual experience, the 2021 Carclew residents have a tremendous amount of talent, creativity, opinions, narratives, experiences and techniques to share.

'Refractions' will present works by painters George Gilles and Mali Isabel, animation / illustrator Harrison Vial, actor and playwright Jamila Main, filmmaker and director Maddie Grammatopoulos, and interdisciplinary collaborative Motus Collective (Felicity Boyd and Zoe Gay), curated by Christina Lauren.

Carclew acknowledges 'Refractions' will take place on Kaurna Country, and pay our respects to Kaurna elders past, present and emerging.

Christina Lauren is a finalist in the City of Onkaparinga Contemporary Curator Award.
Maddie Grammatopoulos is a finalist in the UnitCare Services Digital Media Award.

NEW DATE: Friday 6 August
WHEN: Two shifts 5:30pm – 6:30pm and 7pm – 8pm
WHERE: Carclew, 11 Jeffcott St, Kaurna Country, North Adelaide
Light refreshments care of Alpha Box & Dice
This event has a strictly limited capacity, and mask wearing will be mandatory
Please book for the 5:30pm or 7:00pm shift using this link:
When you RSVP, you will have the option to book into two individual artist sessions at the event, both with strictly limited capacity:
- Which Made This Place Home screening by Maddie Grammatopoulos, run time 12 mins
- BENCHED one-on-one performance by Jamilla Main, run time 10 mins

6 Aug - 28 Oct
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Opening Event 06 Aug
Kaurna Country, 11 Jeffcott St, North Adelaide
8230 1117
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Other Open Studio Sunday. 08 Aug 12:30pm - 2pm As part of the SALA Festival Open Studio weekend, guests will be guided through the exhibition by Curator Christina Lauren, and can book into individual artist sessions: (1) Which Made This Place Home screening by Maddie Grammatopoulos, run time 12 mins, FREE. (2) BENCHED one-on-one performance by Jamilla Main, all tickets $20 Booking Required
Performance BENCHED performance evening. 10 Aug 06:00pm - 7:30pm. Book a ticket for BENCHED one-on-one performance by Jamilla Main (all tickets $20), alongside an evening opportunity to view the Refractions exhibition. Booking Required