Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison, Turning the Tables on Alfred Court, 2013, four-colour lithographic offset print on Fabriano Artistico 300gsm traditional white hot-press paper

Not Quite Sure

Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison
Not Quite Sure
Thursday 1st of May – Wednesday 21st of May, 2014
Little Window of Opportunity
Port Jackson Press Print Gallery, 84 Smith Street, Collingwood

Squeezed in the window of the Port Jackson Press Print Gallery, a leap of leopards. Pinned in place, a deceit of lapwings and a company of parrots. In loose grid formation, an ambush of tigers and a bundle of letters. Including twelve hand-coloured birds from the Southern Hemisphere (by Louise), a selection of Dear You imagined travels from the ongoing postcard series of collage and correspondence (by Gracia), and three new collaborative lithographic offset prints (And Zarafa Kept Walking, Turning the Tables of Alfred Court, and Whirling in the Glowing Dark). By day and by night, you can expect to see trained circus lions and polar bears taking the place of their masters and a giraffe providing a transportation alternative for a flight of chattering birds.

The prints, collages, and individual bird portraits from kakapos to red knots will be available from Port Jackson Press Print Gallery for the duration of the display, and the window can be viewed all day, all night, until our circus rolls out.

Related links,
Dear You
Charms of the Gloaming Port Jackson Press Print Room (formally), 2012
A Postcard as Measuring Device

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