Catherine Truman  No Surface Holds: Crab Claw Installation , 2015-17. Objects: found crab claws encrusted with glass spheres. Dimensions variable. Photo: Grant Hancock

Catherine Truman No Surface Holds: Crab Claw Installation, 2015-17. Objects: found crab claws encrusted with glass spheres. Dimensions variable. Photo: Grant Hancock

images from the opening event

Photography: Thomas Lentini

JamFactory ICON: Catherine Truman: no surface holds

19 January - 9 March 2019

“As an artist I have learnt that making things with my hands leaves me with much less of a sense of dislocation from the world I live in - and this I feel, is an interesting premise from which to examine the world of science.” - Catherine Truman

Internationally renowned for her contemporary jewellery, no surface holds explores the breadth of Catherine Truman's research-based practice, bringing together an extraordinary collection of film, images, installation and sculpture.

 

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Government Partners

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JamFactory ICON: Catherine Truman: no surface holds is a JamFactory touring exhibition.

JamFactory ICON: Catherine Truman: no surface holds has been assisted by the South Australian Government through Arts South Australia and the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, Contemporary Touring Initiative.