A River Without Banks

WHEN : 6th – 14th December / Opening 6th Dec, 6:00pm
WHERE : The Hold Artspace

A River Without Banks is a contemporary drawing exhibition including six Brisbane-based emerging artists. It will focus on the philosophical and conceptual possibilities of the medium, and will use new media, interactive works and installation to challenge and extend how drawing can be considered.

The drawn line can be seen as a tool for both connection and division; it can link disparate concepts, locations and narratives in complex webs or create boundaries between them. The line acts as a record of our existence within a specific time and place, inscribing our gestures with a sense of immediacy and intimacy.

Artists : Tom Brooks, Christopher Handran, Charlie Hillhouse, Luke Kidd, Carly Scoufos, Tachika Yokota
Curator : Kylie Spear

Image : Carly Scoufos – Invera III (2013)