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Sydney Buses run from Wynyard, Central Station, North Sydney, Chatswood and the Northern Beaches. Metrobus30 links Sydenham and Mosman via the city.

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In Situ: Mosman Festival of Sculpture & Installation

Saturday 22 October – Friday 11 November

Curated by Cassandra Hard-Lawrie

An exhibition featuring traditional sculptural works, contemporary installations and 3D works that respond to place, in venues located along the Military Road from Mosman Junction to Spit Junction, and visible 24/7.

In Situ provides a unique opportunity to link the best sculptural practices of the past with contemporary artistic approaches to interpreting and enhancing public spaces.

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Artists and Artworks

SCULPTURE

Helen Alajajian Puella
Patricia Anderson Anchor Form
Craig Bennett Old and New, Oxygen and Fun and Games
Sandy Bliim Little Sister
Matt Burgess We Breathe in Love and Exhale in Hate
Belinda Clarke Henry Always Struggled with Predictive Text
Will Coles Grow Up
Janet Coyne 2nd Symphony
Kate Dorrough The Shepherdess
Todd Fuller My Favourite Hoodie and After Summer’s End
Jenny Green Verdant
Lyndal Hargrave A Lighter Space of Being
Nola Jones Semira
Melinda Le Guay Conflict
Main Artery Studios Abstract #2
Nerine Martini tadasana (mountain pose) and shelter and hold
Fleur McArthur Strange Creature
Keith Neighbour Modern Family Group
Catriona Pollard Whirlpool
Sallie Portnoy Metamorphic Meditations
Stephen Ralph Canosan Altar to Adonis – (Hephaestus’ Revenge)
Jimmy Rix Vehicle for a Midlife Crisis and Gen Y With Their Heads in the Clouds
Maurice Schlesinger Beyond
Todd Stuart Octopus
Petra Svoboda Neo-Neko-Oriental
Peter Tilley Journey Through Time
Jacek Wankowski Small Conis and Do We Also Dream of Electric Sheep

INSTALLATION

Kylie Bowles Stripped Bare
Pamela Brenner and Johannes Muljana Living Room
Thomas C. Chung “Nighttime is my Blanket…”
Emily Daughton You Put Me in Stitches
Steven Deronne LOL (Laugh Out Loud)
Rosalie Duligal Dance on Air
Itzick Fisher JLS as he is
Kath Fries Swung
Jane Gillings Fleeting Thoughts and Out Of Sight Out Of Mind
Lyndal Hargrave Quintet
Aedan Harris Silent Rhythms
JaM Raze, Rebuild, Renovate
Akira Kamada Waiting Miracles
Ad Long Supalusta and Kitchen Gods and Goddesses
ASTA L.C.M. and Line Colour Mass Movement
Ro Murray Blue Gold (II)
Miguel Olmo Call and Respond
Tanya Peck Kelp
Mandy Pryse-Jones insight
Tracy Smith In My Father’s Footsteps
Petra Svoboda Gokko-Rando (Make Believe Land)
Jane Théau Ravelling
Miki Whitehouse Penguins

In Situ Curator — Cassandra Hard Lawrie

Cassandra Hard Lawrie is a Curator, Sculptor and Installation artist who has exhibited at the Tin Sheds, UWS Gallery, SCA Galleries, Penrith Regional Gallery, Government House and Laperouse Museum. She has been a finalist in the Willoughby Sculpture Prize 09 and UWS Sculpture Award 08. Cassandra recently graduated with a Master of Visual of Arts (Sculpture) from the University of Sydney. As well as being recently appointed as the curator for In Situ 2011, Cassandra has been the curator of Sculpture in the Vineyards (2009-11) – a large annual outdoor sculpture exhibition across six venues in the Wollombi Valley – and is the current curator of Hidden 2011/2012 – the annual Rookwood Sculpture Walk at Rookwood Cemetery.

Teaching across the disciplines of sculpture, art history/theory and experimental drawing, Cassandra has worked in a variety of settings such as TAFE, Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, private tutoring, community workshops and has run an art access practice specialising in teaching art to people with disability, particularly people with autism.

Drawing, wood-working, moulding and casting and resin/fibreglass fabrication form the basis of Cassandra’s art practice. Her sculptural objects are based on representations of the feminine merged with the aesthetic of the museum artefact. Cassandra is currently preparing a body of work for a solo show to be curated by Alison Clark for Willoughby City Council for exhibition at the Incinerator Art Space.

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TICKETS

Free, but bookings essential for guided tours

WHERE

Military Road

From Mosman Junction to Spit Junction