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Julia McInerney The Animal

Opening: Wednesday 16 October, 6-8pm Dates: 16 October-2 November 2013

In her forthcoming exhibition, ‘The Animal’, Julia McInerney explores the possibilities that arise in the applied combination of literary language and minimalist sculptural form. The work is an attempt to fuse these two languages – physical material and words – so as together producing a language unique to their combined state alone. The physical shape and characteristics of the work are constructed within and around the presentation of a fictional narrative that traces the life-shape of an unspecified animal.

Julia McInerney is an Adelaide based artist, graduating from the Adelaide Central School of Art with a Bachelor of Visual Art with Honours in 2011. In 2012, Julia exhibited at Odradek – The Australian Experimental Art Foundation, in collaboration with Tom Squires for their solo show ‘Pome’, and undertook a studio residency through SIM, The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists in Reykjavik, Iceland, from July-September – a project that was funded by a Carclew Youth Arts Project and Development Grant. In 2013, Julia had a solo show, ‘White Air Anatomy’, at FELTspace, and is currently preparing for a solo show at The Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia Project Space.