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Cheryl Lucas + Moniek Schrijer
The Firing Line + Satellite
The Firing Line + Satellite
2018
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The Firing Line + Satellite
The Firing Line
2018
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The Firing Line
2018
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Dunstan Dash
2018
ceramic
207 x 110 x 120mm
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2 Up Do Up
2018
ceramic
195 x 119 x 78mm
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Top Up
2018
ceramic
205 x 135 x 100mm
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Bolt Hole
2018
ceramic
195 x 160 x 130mm
$2200 | SOLD

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Alpine View
2018
ceramic
235 x 142 x 135mm
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Lock and Leave
2018
ceramic
210 x 122 x 95mm
$1800 | ENQUIRE

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Slow Melt
2018
ceramic
$POA | SOLD

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Scene Green
2018
ceramic
105 x 270 x 140mm
$POA | SOLD

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Scene Green
2018
ceramic
105 x 270 x 140mm
$POA | SOLD

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Cache
2018
ceramic
240 x 120 x 138mm
$1400 | ENQUIRE

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As Is Where Beach Was
2018
ceramic
155 x 240 x 165mm
$1400 | ENQUIRE

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Relic
2018
ceramics
190 x 185 x 175mm
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Empty Hill
2018
ceramic
265 x 185 x 175mm
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Cliff Hanger
2018
ceramic
215 x 205 x 160mm
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Heirloom Skip
2018
ceramic
160 x 140 x 120mm
$POA | SOLD

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Psst, Meat
2018
ceramic
129 x 122 x 100mm
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Kapoom
2018
ceramic
201 x 185 x 165mm
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Nor'west Migraine Effect
2018
ceramic
240 x 275 x 110mm
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Vented
2018
ceramic
230 x 195 x 190mm
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The Firing Line + Satellite
Satellite
2018
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Satellite
2018
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Space Junk
Brooches, 2018
lacquered brass, steel pin
50-70mm diameter
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The Firing Line + Satellite
Space Junk
Brooches, 2018
lacquered brass, steel pin
50-70mm diameter
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The Firing Line + Satellite
Space Junk
Brooches, 2018
lacquered brass, steel pin
50-70mm diameter
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The Firing Line + Satellite
Space Junk
Brooches, 2018
lacquered brass, steel pin
50-70mm diameter
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The Firing Line + Satellite
Space Junk
Brooches, 2018
lacquered brass, steel pin
50-70mm diameter
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The Firing Line + Satellite
Space Junk
Brooches, 2018
lacquered brass, steel pin
50-70mm diameter
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Moniek Schrijer
The Firing Line + Satellite
Space Junk
Brooches, 2018
lacquered brass, steel pin
50-70mm diameter
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Moniek Schrijer
The Firing Line + Satellite
Space Junk
Brooches, 2018
lacquered brass, steel pin
50-70mm diameter
$POA | ENQUIRE

The Firing Line + Satellite

Cheryl Lucas + Moniek Schrijer

23 Oct – 15 Nov 2018

Baches, bunkers and boltholes form the basis of these new works by Cheryl Lucas.

 

“Our skies are full of relics. Half a million pieces of man-made and natural orbital debris circle our planet at this very moment, clogging the Earth’s orbit with technological and geological history. This space junk is the past, present and future of human surveillance, entertainment and communication. Revolving beside these satellites are fragments of asteroids and meteors that contain within their cores the beginnings of our universe.

Moniek Schrijer’s Space Junk reveals the contexts in which preciousness and usefulness unite and diverge. The rock and metal that surround our planet may have lost their initial use, but they reveal our cultural and physical histories.

Approximately 180 brooches come together to create this installation. 180 is a mathematical straight line, or in this case a horizon. Horizons have been the literal and philosophical driving force behind exploration. What is on the other side? This thirst to discover is what saw humanity cross oceans and take to the sky. But it has been 46 years since the last human walked on the moon. Alongside the circling space junk humans have remained bound to the Earth’s orbit since the end of the Apollo programme that took us to the Moon. Man-made objects have left our solar system in the interim, technology becoming our proxies in discovering the secrets of the universe”.
Sarah McClintock

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