At Home With Your Collection
Welcome to our new series – At Home With Your Collection – where collectors currently in isolation present the artists in their collections, and we let you know how you can support them.
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Today on At Home With Your Collection, we’re in Brisbane with curator and writer Ineke Dane.
“For someone who adores nature in particular the ocean, this time is strange and almost claustrophobic. I’m lucky that my work is keeping me busy, I have a big river to cycle along, and any other moment I’m drinking wine on long phone conversations with my partner in New Zealand,” she says.
Ineke sits with Lottie Consalvo’s Beyond my everything, 2017. Consalvo is represented by Dominik Mersch Gallery, Sydney.
Work by Izabela Pluta, from her Construction Series, 2000-01. Pluta is represented by Gallery Sally Dan Cuthbert.
In the foreground, a work by the late artist Nora Wompi. Wompi worked out of Martumili Artists in WA. In the background, a drawing from Familia Moja Children’s Home in Kenya.
Seamus Heidenreich’s Uprooted, 2017.
James Drinkwater’s The treasure, 2011. Drinkwater is represented by Nanda\Hobbs, Sydney and Nicholas Thompson Gallery, Melbourne.
Nanette Shaw’s bull kelp water vessel. Nannette is a Tyereelore Elder from Tasmania, and also has ties to the Boonwurrung/Bunurong people of Southern Victoria.