Kate Bohunnis an active accumulation (1300 metres), 2020,1640 mmm x 2015mm x 38 mm , stainless steel, latex, eyelet, cotton thread. Photo: Sam Roberts.

Saturday 10 October, 11.30am - 3.30pm



Ticketed, $89 Full / $69 ACE Associate/Concession

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Each participant will be provided with a stainless-steel frame and pre-prepared latex with eyelets fitted. Each participant is to bring their own image or design that they would like to recreate with thread onto their stretched latex canvas. The drawings can be as representational or abstract as desired. During the workshop, we will be using various hand stitch and machine sewing techniques to recreate the drawing or design you have selected. By then end of the session, each participant can take home their new latex wall hanging, that can be mounted on the wall with the stainless-steel frame.

This workshop provides anyone interested in working with atypical materials a chance to explore latex as a canvas and create a unique piece of contemporary art.

KATE BOHUNNIS is a South Australian installation artist. Working in metal fabrication, textile, mould making and printmaking, her work is concerned with our relationship to identity, the construction of psychological frameworks, gender and the queer perspective. Bohunnis is a graduate from Flinders University with First Class Honours. She has been awarded the David Hayden Professional Development Award, Watson Award, Arts Excellence in Printmaking Award and has completed national and international arts residencies. Bohunnis has exhibited at BLINDSIDE, Praxis ARTSPACE, FELTspace, Sister Gallery, Holy Rollers, PICA and is part of If the future is to be worth anything: 2020 South Australian Artist Survey at ACE Open.