Two’s latest show looks like it’s going to be next level, heres some details. More here.
TWOONE Hiroyasu Tsuri is always interested in what more he can find within his own imagination which is why he tends not to stick with one style or motif.
There are a lot of feelings, expressions and interests that he explores, with a need to let them out as they come for fear they will fade like an amazing dream that is so easily forgotten.
Where once he created images only from his imagination, he now has a great interest in creating work from what is real and what is around him everyday. TWOONE has always liked the idea of using these things as materials but until now wasn’t bold enough to simply paint them.
TWOONE’s new works show a deviation from his known style, colour and content which sees TWOONE enter an exciting new chapter.
preperations for my solo show opening this week
‘If We’re Going, Then Let’s Go’
opens 20th May – Backwoods Gallery
warp here for more details
image credit: noah
Limited gicle print by Jagi.
one of 20 signed, available here.
I paid a visit to Ghost Patrols Melbourne studio to catch GP working on the final piece for his latest show titled “If we’re going, then let’s go”, opening at Backwoods on the 20th.
Become the brundlefly on the wall of Ghost Patrols and Miso’s studio for a voyeuristic split second and enjoy the photos. (Click to zoom).
Details about the show here.
RACKET – 10 months, 10 acts, $10. RACKET 10.
MARK N BATTLE SET, XIAN, OVE NAXX LIVE, NETZAIR LIVE, JASON MONTERO LIVE, BANKAI LIVE, JEAN POOLE LIVE, A13, JAMES WRIGHT & MIKE HUNT.
MORE INFO HERE: CLICK !
SIGNAL, Espionage & the electronic designers at Racket present the return of Warp Records legend, Clark performing his all new club show for the first time in Australia this April.
Joining Clark on the Melbourne leg of the tour will be subsonic heavyweight and Warp label mate Harmonic 313, plus new media genius the illusive, Robin Fox live.
Clark’s Phrenic Mix available for download below.
Australian artist TEZ is an all rounder, his art spans across an array of mediums including painting, sculpture, ceramics, screen-printing and vector illustration. Much of his work comprises of a combination of these mediums and often incorporates recycled materials and found objects. TEZ unveiled his debut solo exhibition “Sure Ain’t Sushi” at Sydney’s China Heights gallery in late 2009. He resides in his “fibro castle” on the New South Wales Central Coast and more often than not can be found in his shed creating his next fresh piece or just plain old tinkering.