Sunday, February 17, 2013

EPHEMERAL SKIN Exhibition by Julie Clarke + Skin Gallery

My new exhibition: EPHEMERAL SKIN is currently showing at Skin Gallery - Level 1, 80 Drummond Street, Carlton  and will be on display for six weeks.The Skin and Cancer Foundation building is only open during office hours (9 AM - 5 PM Monday to Friday) and there is a lovely, air conditioned coffee shop on the ground level. Included in my exhibition are 23 (A3) digital images printed on acid free, archive quality paper. All images are for sale and 5% will be donated to the Foundation. Thanks to Aliey Ball the curator of Skin Gallery and Beornn McCarthy from the GPPC, The University of Melbourne who printed the images. More information about this work may be found at the following links: Ephemeral Skin a blog post I made after reading The Great Ephemeral Skin', the first chapter of Jean-François Lyotard's book Libidinal Economy (Theories of Contemporary Culture), 1974 and Immanence my artist statement.

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