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FEATURE STORY JULY/AUGUST EDITION 2024

TIME • RONE hits Perth

A mix of beauty and decay with distinctive large-scale portraits and hauntingly atmospheric installations, TIME • RONE is a fascinating experience.  

LYN DI CIERO

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IN THE JULY/AUGUST 2024 EDITION

After its sell-out season at Melbourne’s Flinders Street Station, TIME = RONE has opened in the Centenary Galleries at the Art Gallery of WA. Astounding in scale, the installation takes over 12 rooms on two floors, offering visitors a journey through mid-century Australia. Akin to visiting a film set, TIME = RONE is sure to be a hit in Perth this winter, luring us from seasonal hibernation.

We spoke with Carola Akindele-Obe and Jude van der Merwe, co-curators of the second iteration of the Indian Ocean Craft Triennial, or IOTA24, revealing its fast growth and the inspiration behind its instigation.

Laetitia Wilson previews Sustain at Holmes à Court Gallery, one of six international shows at the core of IOTA24, which explores the Triennial theme, Codes in Parallel.

By popular demand, Ask the Director returns after its debut last year, where you asked questions, whether curly or general, and Colin Walker, Director of the Art Gallery of WA has answered them. 

At Mossenson Galleries we spoke with printmaker Solomon Booth from tiny Moa Island, fresh from his visit to FestPAC in Hawaii where he was part of an Australian delegation at one the largest cultural gatherings in the world.

Annette Peterson caught up with Tineke Van der Eecken ahead of her IOTA show, discovering a multi-creative exploring lab technique to create jewellery.

Lastly, we visited Warrick Palmateer at his Yanchep studio ahead of a rare solo exhibition, also part of the IOTA core program. His deep connection to the Indian Ocean as a keen surfer adds a deep-seated sensitivity to his works in clay.     

Lyn Di Ciero, Editor       

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