Explore the diversity of work being produced at Tactile Arts this dry season with upcoming exhibitions from our artists showing in Darwin and Alice Springs.
Into the Gorge, by Aaron Moore, at Tactile Arts Gallery, Darwin
15 July – 31 July
Aaron Moore is our current ceramics Artist in Residence, and has produced a series of works inspired by the gorges and rock formations the Northern Territory is renowned for.
Botanically Porcelain, by Dawn Beasley, at the Australian Ceramics Triennale in Alice Springs
18 July – 22 July
Dawn has created an immersive exhibition experience with 1,000 delicate, porcelain forms combined to create a stunning narrative of growth and survival, a contemplative space to consider your own place within an expansive field of budding forms.
The Art of Listening, by Geri Barr, at Tactile Arts Gallery, Darwin
19 August – 4 September
Geri is our current textile Artist in Residence, and is gathering plant material from eucalyptus trees endemic to the Top End to use in the natural and non-toxic dyeing of cloth, from which she will create large scale insttallations to be shown at her upcoming exhibition.
Selection of artworks from Into the Gorge exhibition’ Aaron Moore, 2022, image courtesy of the artist
‘Listening to Taungurung Country’ Geri Barr, 2022, image courtesy of the artist
‘Bardedjilidji 1, 2, 3’ Aaron Moore, 2022, image courtesy of the artist
‘Botanically Porcelain’ Dawn Beasley, 2022, image courtesy of the artist