Matthew Deleget

Melanie Irwin

Liang Xia Luscombe

Taree Mackenzie

Riki-Metisse Marlow

Kent Wilson

Cytoarchitecture  brings together six artists whose diverse practices are loosely threaded together by a number of intersecting concerns. These interests include abstraction, a reductive aesthetic and correlations between biological and constructed forms. The exhibition will include installation, live-feed video, automated sound sculptures, wall-drawings and modified found objects.

Matthew Deleget is a New York-based non-objective artist and curator who runs Minus Space in Brooklyn. Melanie Irwin, who has shown both nationally and in Europe, utilizes sculpture, photography, video and performance. Most recently her work was seen at Blindside in Melbourne and at the John Fries Memorial Prize in Sydney where she was awarded second prize. Liang Xia Luscombe is an artist and writer and is currently Writer-in-Residence at Canberra Contemporary Art Space. Taree Mackenzie’s video works have been shown nationally and most recently she featured in Achromatism - Recent Video Work from the ACT, at the Queensland Centre for Photography. Riki-Metisse Marlow’s practice crosses automated sound-sculpture and performance with her work being seen most recently at the Format Festival, as part of Adelaide Fringe Festival. Kent Wilson is an artist, curator and writer whose sculptural sound works were most recently seen at Seventh Gallery, Melbourne.   



Exhibition facilitated by Melanie Irwin and Taree Mackenzie.