Snakes on the carpet, a robot in the doorway was an interactive multimedia installation made in collaboration with Thomas Kidd. This work was made for Brisbane and Elsewhere Art UnTriennial, in partnership with Wreckers Artspace.
Footsteps on the back path was an immersive installation made in collaboration with Thomas Kidd. Drawing on childhood experiences of auditory hallucination, this exhibition considered processes of crossmodal perception, as well as the spaces between objective truth and fiction. Fragments of memory, both real and constructed, were reimagined in a physical space to be shared with others.
A collaborative exhibition between Bridie Gillman, Sarah Poulgrain & Kylie Spear
The height of a mountain, the width of a valley explores ways in which different perceptions of place can be conveyed through collaborative contemporary practice. Following a group residency in rural NSW, Brisbane artists Bridie Gillman, Sarah Poulgrain and Kylie Spear have used the signifying potential of found materials and the experiential qualities of time-based media to elicit competing experiences of awkwardness and familiarity in the landscape.
Blue Monaro was a collaborative exhibition of new work by Brisbane artists Bridie Gillman and Kylie Spear. This exhibition responded to The Walls’ location in Miami, Gold Coast; one of Australia’s most popular tourist destinations. Blue Monaro utilised objects associated with Miami's 'leisure lifestyle' in order to elicit experiences of sentimentality, seduction and awkwardness. Using the colour blue as a filter, this exhibition connected the physicality of overused materials with an imagined bodily history.