Magic Mountain is a group exhibition featuring work by Kylie Banyard, Sarah CrowEST, Georgia Perry and Terry Williams.
Curated by Craft’s Debbie Pryor, Magic Mountain explores the notion of spacial and interior design, domestic decoration and the psychology behind creating personal or private space.
On now until Saturday 2 March 2013
Gallery One and Two
Craft, 31 Flinders Lane Melbourne
‘Craft curator Debbie Pryor has put together a wonderful show, full of humour, fantasy, hope and design concerns.’
Read artist and lecturer Kent Wilson’s glowing review of Magic Mountain on his website the subMachine.
Magic Mountain is Hand Made Life‘s ‘Show of the Week’, calling it ‘JUST SO GOOD’ (their caps, not ours). ‘Brilliant work by all the artists and a major achievement for curator Debbie Pryor. A must see.’ Read the full review here.
Writer Belle Place takes in a number of exhibitions in her review of current ceramic exhibitions, on Kill Your Darlings. One of which is Magic Mountain, where she says that “Sarah CrowEST and Terry Williams present work that, while being a fantastical representation of domestic spaces, are significant in their interpretation of the home arena being considered as a creative, artistic space.” Read Belle’s full review here.
Installation photographs by Anita Beaney.