'See me', an exhibition by AAV's inclusive arts studio Art About, is an exploration of identity through portraiture and sculpture, between inner felt worlds and outer seen worlds.
In response to their traditional black and white photo portraits, the Art About artists photographed specially chosen images to then shape and arrange in relationship with their portrait.
Each of these large-scale colour photo collages will be accompanied by the preciousness of small scale sculptured golden treasures.
When: opening, Sunday 4 August 2019, 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm.
Where: Oak Hill Gallery, 100 Mornington-Tyabb Rd, Mornington
Access: wheelchair access, braille introduction to the exhibition, audio descriptions of the portraits.
The exhibition will be open from 4 August to 28 August.
Artists exhibited: Tabetha Clark, Jacqui Coster, Josh Filippone, Elyssa Gunn, Holly Hough, Patricia McDonald, Tess McDonald, Patrick Molinari, Jack Steele, and Jonathan Thompson
Exhibition curated by: Gabrielle Leah New, Lindy Chadwick & Carol Smith
Thank you to Braille Tactile Signs for creating our exhibition introduction.
Header image: Self-portrait photo collage, Holly Hough, 2018.