Catherine Truman :: A Partnership for Uncertain Times
CATHERINE TRUMAN is an established South Australian artist working across the disciplines of art and science. Catherine’s practice is renowned for its diversity and depth and incorporates, objects, contemporary jewellery, digital imagery, film and installation works with a focus upon the parallels between artistic process and scientific method. During 2022 Catherine is artist in residence at Carrick Hill, undertaking a project titled The Arrangements:assembling nature. Catherine’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally.
The Taken Path: a durational project
There seems to be an innate drive in us to intervene in, alter and reorder the natural environments around us, even if we have no place in them.
Based at Carrick Hill, a defined path that traverses natural and altered landscapes will be filmed at monthly intervals over a year to bring focus to these constantly shifting interrelationships.
A Partnership for Uncertain Times features four exceptional South Australian artists working at the intersections of art, science and technology:
BRAD DARKSON, DEIRDRE FEENEY, NIKI SPEROU, CATHERINE TRUMAN
The Arts South Australia funded collaboration between UniSA and ANAT has commissioned the featured artists to research and develop innovative and experimental artworks engaging with science and technology. The R&D (research and development) nature of the project places emphasis on courageous experimental development over ‘perfecting’ finished artworks.
A Partnership for Uncertain Times is an Arts South Australia funded collaboration between UniSA (University of South Australia) and ANAT (Australian Network for Art and Technology).