Objectspace is delighted to present Ubiquitous: Aspects of Contemporary Pattern, a thematic exhibition exploring contemporary pattern with works made by New Zealand makers and designers within the last 10 years.
In presenting this exhibition, Objectspace seeks to explore the ubiquity of pattern in contemporary works. This exhibition presents works by contemporary practitioners working across a wide range of media including; design, craft, applied arts, sculpture and photography. The breadth of works included speaks to the prevalence and relevance of pattern in a contemporary context.
The practitioners in Ubiquitous: Aspects of Contemporary Pattern range from emerging to senior New Zealand makers. This exhibition is curated by Ioana Gordon-Smith. The exhibitors are:
Andrew McLeod and Dilana
Tim Main and Dilana
Stephane Rondel & Ashley Allen
What: Ubiquitous: Aspects of Contemporary Pattern
Where: Objectspace, 8 Ponsonby Rd, Auckland
When: Saturday 30 June – Saturday 1 September 2012
Gallery hours: Mon-Sat, 10:00am – 5:00pm, free admission
Public Programme: Saturday 30 June, 11am: Exhibition curator Ioana Gordon-Smith will give a floor talk, in conversation with various makers.
Publication: Ubiquitous: Aspects of Contemporary Pattern
This lavishly illustrated exhibition publication features details of the works in the exhibition, accompanied by essays by exhibition curator Ioana Gordon-Smith and academic and gallerist Anna Miles. This publication will also be available to download for free from the Objectspace website: www.objectspace.org.nz.