Susan Lincoln


IMMERSIVE: LIGHT FORM LINE SPACE PERFORMANCE



WELCOME TO 2022!

My team and I are looking forward to another creative year, with plenty coming up including private commissions, exhibitions and even more installation and immersive spaces. Throw in a couple of regional Art Roadies in regional Queensland and NSW, and the year will go quickly!

And to begin:

Caloundra Regional Gallery: DYSTOPIA/UTOPIA: 2070

Exhibition Dates: Friday 4 February to Sunday 20 March 2022

Join me on site at the Caloundra Regional Gallery 19 March 2022 for an informal talk hosted as part of Sunshine Coast Open Studios Weekend.

Free Event tickets avail here: Artist Talk

From out of town and unable to pop in and see this amazing exhibition check out
Online opening launch Join Gallery Director Jo Duke and Curator Kevin Wilson on a walk through of the show.

Words: @artisan: "Do you think we are headed for a dystopian or utopian world in 2070? Dystopia/Utopia 2070 is an exhibition designed to stimulate discussion about our future, to emphasise that the arts in conjunction with science are at the forefront of our survival, and to question what we take for granted".

The exhibition sets a new benchmark for public programming with an exciting Augmented Reality component that enhances and elevates the exhibition to a new level. Conceptually developed by Kevin Wilson and executed by a fantastic team of QUT design students led by Salvatore Fazio, this group exhibition comes alive.

My response to this premise, is a light filled meditative art installation responding to the utopian workplace setting of Alice Lams speculative fiction work Freelancers Freedom.

Come and spend some down time and let my guided meditation take you back to childhood memories of laughter, fun and light and experience first hand The Swing (Light, Water, Cloud). Let yourself be guided to just be.

Curator: Kevin Wilson Artists: Archie Moore, Susan Lincoln, Charlotte Haywood, Clare Poppi, Christine Atkins, Russell Anderson & Rebecca Ward.

2021

Woolstore Project: Light Industrial

I loved being included in the 2021 iteration of Woolstores Project, a curatorial collaboration between Caroline Austin and Dr Victoria Lawson that began in 2017.

It turned out to be one of those quick, easy, and fun opportunities to work with other creatives. And I managed to produce the most beautiful, ethereal, and refractive lead crystal 'light-line'. On completion the work was almost 10 metres long! All from found objects in my storage shed. Now that was a bonus :)

More of details of Woolstores Project can be found here:


Dystopia:Utopia 2070

Artisan, King Street, Bowen Hills.

Words: @artisan: "Do you think we are headed for a dystopian or utopian world in 2070? Dystopia/Utopia 2070 is an exhibition designed to stimulate discussion about our future, to emphasise that the arts in conjunction with science are at the forefront of our survival, and to question what we take for granted".

My response to this premise, is a light filled meditative installation responding to the utopian workplace setting of Alice Lams speculative fiction work Freelancers Freedom.

The exhibition sets a new benchmark for public programming with an exciting Augmented Reality component that enhances and elevates the exhibition to a new level. Conceptually developed by Kevin Wilson and executed by a fantastic team of QUT design students led by Salvatore Fazio, this group exhibition comes alive.

Come and spend some down time and let my guided meditation take you back to childhood memories of laughter, fun and light and experience first hand The Swing.

Artists: Archie Moore, Susan Lincoln, Charlotte Haywood, Clare Poppi, Christine Atkins, Russell Anderson & Rebecca Ward.

May, Landing, Side Gallery, Red Hill, BRISBANE

February, Naked or Nude, Side Gallery, BRISBANE

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