Stabilisers is a site responsive installation by Jasmin Coleman with sound composition Transitioning by Cara-Ann Simpson. Stabilisers explores tensions between permanancy and flux, stability and instability through the installation of large industrial structures. In the gallery space, a braced, industrial composition transitions from… an inanimate structure to a physical, material, even anthropomorphic entity. In contrast, Transitioning explores movement, tension and the changing states of energy to build a state of unease. Using manipulated field recordings from urban, industrial locations, Transitioning reveals the constant fluctuating rhythms that society has invented and drawn around itself since the Industrial Revolution.
This project has received financial assistance from the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. Stabilisers is also supported by Coates Hire, Kennards Hire, of ten projects and Metro Arts.
Jasmin Coleman (b.1980) is an emerging visual artist from Brisbane, QLD. Her hybrid art practice shifts between large- scale installations, sculptures and painting. || Cara-Ann Simpson (b. 1985) is a multidisciplinary artist with a focus on sculpture, sound, space and the participant.
inbetweenspaces is Metro Arts 2010 ARI-In-Residence, creating projects across a range of spaces including Studio 3.10 Metro Arts. As a one year experiment, inbetweenspaces is running an experimental gallery program to facilitate new experimental, trans-disciplinary and collaborative exhibition outcomes. Differing from conventional programs this exhibition model follows transitory connections between creative practitioners and projects so new experimental artworks emerge, collide and interact.