15 April - 6 May, 2023 Opening: 15 April, 2-6 PM “Farr St” Hany Armanious, Guy Benfield, Corey Black, Jacqueline Bradley, Mitch Davis, Damian Dillon, Lewis Doherty, ADS Donaldson, Hana Earles, Alethea Everard, Lewis Fidock, Caesar Florence-Howard, Philippa Hagon, Patrick Hartigan, Christopher LG Hill, Jesse Hogan, Emryn Ingram-Shute, Tim Johnson, Alexis Kanatsios, Bridie Lunney, Luke Parker, Joshua Petherick, Onrie Radovic, Sarah Ryan, Charlotte Simpson, jane smith ( Alias ), Pearl Smith, Mary Teague, Adele Warner

“Farr St”, installation view, Minerva, Sydney, April 15 – May 6, 2023

“Farr St”, installation view, Minerva, Sydney, April 15 – May 6, 2023

“Farr St”, installation view, Minerva, Sydney, April 15 – May 6, 2023

“Farr St”, installation view, Minerva, Sydney, April 15 – May 6, 2023

“Farr St”, installation view, Minerva, Sydney, April 15 – May 6, 2023

“Farr St”, installation view, Minerva, Sydney, April 15 – May 6, 2023

“Farr St”, installation view, Minerva, Sydney, April 15 – May 6, 2023

“Farr St”, installation view, Minerva, Sydney, April 15 – May 6, 2023

“Farr St”, installation view, Minerva, Sydney, April 15 – May 6, 2023

“Farr St”, installation view, Minerva, Sydney, April 15 – May 6, 2023

“Farr St”, installation view, Minerva, Sydney, April 15 – May 6, 2023

Individual works (in alphabetical order):

Hany Armanious, “Set Down”, 2013. Cast pigmented polyurethane resin. 130 x 50 x 40 cm, Edition 2/2. Courtesy Fine Arts, Sydney.

Guy Benfield, ”Nothing like Christopher Cross to calm you down during a police chase all around LA”, 2007. Perspex box, plastic, gorilla grip, digital colour photo. 44 x 56 cm.

Corey Black, ”Registration”, 2022. Sand case and rubberised aluminium. 45 x 24 x 17 cm.

Jacqueline Bradley, “Bolt”, 2023. Linen/cupro, timber. 20 x 20 x 170 cm. Jacqueline Bradley, “Seed crown”, 2023. Bronze. 12 x 23 x 23 cm. Jacqueline Bradley, “Stamps”, 2023. Bronze, timber, linen, cotton. 103 x 40 x 7 cm. 

Mitch Davis, “GOD”, 2023. Tent, tarpaulin and cotton thread. 152 x 152 cm.

Damian Dillon, “Bourgeois cha cha #8”, 2023. High resolution digital print on aluminium, tape, acrylic. 110 x 110 x 10 cm.

Lewis Doherty,“Untitled”, 2023. Bronze and silica. 609 x 178 x 380 mm (2 parts). Lewis Doherty, “OO”, 2023. Bronze and silica. 724x 390 x 395 mm.

Hana Earles, “An eye4aneye”, 2023. Glitter and oil on canvas. 455 x 455 mm.

Alethea Everard, “Untitled (the object)”, 2021. Acrylic, inkjet print, plaster on MDF. 900 x 1200 mm.

Joshua Petherick and Lewis Fidock, “Make A Wish! (8)”, 2023. Burlap, steel rod, muslin, rope, latex, polymer paint. 1070 x 710 mm.

Joshua Petherick and Lewis Fidock, “Make A Wish! (7)”, 2023. Burlap, steel rod, muslin, rope, latex, polymer paint. 1026 x 710 mm.

Joshua Petherick and Lewis Fidock, “Make A Wish! (9)”, 2023. Burlap, steel rod, muslin, rope, latex, polymer paint. 1640 x 990 mm.

Caesar Florence-Howard,“Untitled (loop)”, 2021. Acrylic, oil pastel, pencil, permanent marker and polymer clay on raw canvas. 135 x 105 cm.

Philippa Hagon, “Red”, 2021. Acrylic paint on board on (removable) crate. 39 x 40 cm.

Philippa Hagon, “Ping Pong”, 2017. Synthetic polymer paint on cardboard. 161 x 97 cm.

Patrick Hartigan, “Cradle”, 2022. Acrylic, pencil and cuts on board. 37 x 28.2 x 2 cm. Courtesy The Commercial, Sydney.

Jesse Hogan, Installs & Floortalks – “Fiona Connor and Tahi Moore ‘Pickups, Magic Mountain, Home, Okay, A pretty intense long drawn out game’ SOLO SHOW Y3K Melbourne – RUNNING 19 SEPT-10 OCT 12-6PM THURS-SAT Fiona Connor & Tahi Moore (NZ)”, 2013. Oil on Canvas. 92 x 65 x 3 cm.

Emryn Ingram-Shute,“It’s OK to make mistakes – Sparring with AI”, 2023. 620 photographic images of sculptures and installations melded from the real and Open AI. A cacophony of ordinary thought derived from 650 million images. MP4 Video looped at 24 frames per second.

Tim Johnson, “The Visitors”, 1979. Acrylic on canvas. 44 x 29 cm.

Alexis Kanatsios “Submission drawing (4)”, 2023. Pastel on tracing paper, wood. 45 x 6 x 6 cm. Alexis Kanatsios “Submission drawing (5)”, 2023. Charcoal on tracing paper, wood. 30 x 6 x 6 cm.

Bridie Lunney, “Tidal current”, 2023. Silk Lanvin dress, stainless steel fixings, bronze, drinking glass. Dimensions variable.

Luke Parker, “Hanabi”, 2019. Dye-sublimation print on adhesive polyester, board, acrylic paint. 119 x 84 cm.

Luke Parker, “Dark Matter”, 2019. Dye-sublimation print on adhesive polyester, board, acrylic paint. 119 x 84 cm.

Onrie Radovic, “Barrier 2”, 2023. Acrylic on aluminium. 84 x 63 cm.

Sarah Ryan, “Electricity Rocks”, 2014. Inkjet Print on Canson Rag Photographique 315gsm. 40 x 60 cm.

Charlotte Simpson, “…and keen and cold”, 2023. Latex, hair, bathroom residue. 80 x 80 cm.

jane smith ( Alias ), “hand me down”, 2021. Woven recycled plastic bags. 28 x 16 x 10 cm.

Pearl Smith, “Simple Story”, 2023. Oil on arches oil paper. 56 x 75 cm.

Mary Teague, “Language of Art”, 2014. Corflute, gold plate, steel, oil paint. 1910 x 1910 x 1910mm.

Mary Teague, “Language of Art”, 2014. Corflute, gold plate, steel, oil paint. 1910 x 1910 x 1910mm.

Adele Warner, “Latter Night”, 2022. Oil on canvas. 185 x 120 cm.