By Helle Cook
Presented by Metro Arts
Helle Cook draws on the atmospheric and affecting presence of her Brisbane (Meanjin) surroundings.
Take a turn around the Riverbend to Ferryman’s Hut where Artist-in-Residence Helle Cook draws on the atmospheric and affecting presence of the hut, the river and Brisbane (Meanjin).
During her residency, Helle’s exhibition Light Affection will invigorate Ferryman’s Hut with ephemeral installations through a lens of light and sensory experience, created by diaphanous painting on sheer natural fabric.
This residency will comprise three distinct activations for the community to engage with Helle, including an interactive open studio, artist talk and the exhibition.
The Ferryman’s Hut
29 Macquarie Street, Teneriffe
Sat 15 – Sun 16 May
10am – 4pm
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